Monday, June 01, 2020

TKC MUST READ!!! JACKSON COUNTY PROSECUTOR SHARES PLAN FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM CHANGE!!!



Another word from the Courthouse and the leader of the Missouri Democratic Party . . . Checkit:

Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker calls for needed changes in justice system

What follows is a statement from Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker:

A group of prosecutors and staff from my office joined the lawful protests on Sunday afternoon at Mill Creek Park near the Plaza as a way to honor the life of George Floyd and to show our support for needed change in America’s criminal justice system. This is change that I and dozens of other of the nation’s top prosecutors first sought after the Ferguson protests in 2014.

In 2017, the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, an organization for many of the nation’s urban prosecutors, promoted justice reform ideas, many focused on improving transparency and accountability. Much of that proposed template built on or followed the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing. But unfortunately those reforms largely were not enacted.

The time for more study has passed. We already have a path forward. We only need to move forward. We must begin to methodically enact and build on these reforms.

Here are some key first steps:

- Prosecutors must limit the use of grand juries in officer-involved cases because by law they are shrouded in secrecy.

- Procedural justice and diversity training must be required of prosecutors and others in the criminal justice system.

- Outside, independent, neutral investigations must be established for all police officer-involved incidents. Police cannot investigate their own.

- Citizens should give input into union contract provisions that offer additional advantages to officers being investigated.

- Community policing should be established and embraced to heal and restore community trust.

- Recruit minority officers and officers who live in the community.

We will announce other new reforms efforts in our office in coming days. We are happy to discuss other reform efforts undertaken already by our office.
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21 comments:

Anonymous said...

She is doing the right and responsible thing here.

All of the comments are from people with no power and foreign agents paid pennies to spread hate.

Any real comments will show that they live here, the rest is just garbage.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^

@ 10:00 And you are so smart? STFU MORON this women has and will do nothing she never has so there's nothing to change. Are you really that stupid? How long has she been bull shitting you?
So in other words she's going to make cops pat black thugs on the ass and say it's OK to go out and riot, kill cops and destroy innocent people's property.

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

Not one mention from her on putting criminals in jail

Anonymous said...

The first reply is the ONLY person that I have ever seen talk positive about petersuck. Shows how pathetic his or her judgement is. Same level as petersuck.

Anonymous said...

Jean Petersucker Baker has proven over a long time that she is a criminal’s best friend. Catch and release, over and over. Jean Petersucker Baker is worthless.

Anonymous said...

“This is change that I and dozens of other of the nation’s top prosecutors first sought after the Ferguson protests in 2014.”

You thinks she’s one of the top prosecutors in the nation? Hahahahaha!........hahahaha! Give me a second..... “I can’t breathe” from laughing so hard!

Anonymous said...

How’s The Fredrick Scott Case proceeding? Wasn’t he arrested for the Indian Creek walking trail murders like almost three years ago? Is Petersucker ever going to bring him to trial? God, she is so useless.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- JPB = JIVE PABLUM for BLACKS

"The time for more study has passed. We already have a path forward. We only need to move forward. We must begin to methodically enact and build on these reforms." Blue Ribbon Commission to be appointed shortly for further study!!!

Anonymous said...

10:57 Petersucker probably let him off on probation, he only killed six white people so it’s ok in her mind because reparations

Anonymous said...

She has to go. Every judge has to go. The Chief has to go

Anonymous said...

Black votes matter to many politicians — more so than black lives.

That is why such politicians must try to keep black voters fearful, angry and resentful. Racial harmony would be a political disaster for such politicians.

Anonymous said...

There is no such thing as diversity training! Even if it is, the people who may need it will sit through whatever presentation but the information is in one ear and out the other. Diversity training is a joke and generally designed to appease white women - and not at all about race relations.

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Anonymous said...

Way to skim the surface with your ass Jean!!

Anonymous said...

Olive branch to the protesters to calm the fuck down. Maybe get down on one or both knees, chant slogan du jour, hold up a tee shirt, whatever it takes to placate these tiny minds and make them feel warm and fuzzy like you really care (crock tears).

Citizen said...

This Prosecutor is a politician not a Prosecutor!!! Baker should resign!!!

Anonymous said...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_to_be_forgotten

Anonymous said...

FIRE THAT NASTY SKANKY WHORE

Anonymous said...

"Diversity training" of course does not include diversity of opinion.

The list is just another liberal wet dream. It's her first salvo in an undeclared war against the KCPD.

Anonymous said...

From the fifth amendment to the Constitution, part of what is known as the Bill of Rights.

"No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger.”

Somebody fire Jean Peters Sucker. She is not fit to be a prosecutor with her knowledge of basic civil rights, which even cops have.

Tracey Chappell for Jackson County Prosecutor said...

We can actually vote her out of office this November... VOTE Tracey Chappell for Jackson County Prosecutor. The time for change is NOW!!! www.traceychappell.com