One, that more citizens feel free to record good cops doing good public service deeds and put the images up on You Tube, Facebook etc. And, two, that more citizens also find the sense of mission and the courage to use their new technological tools to record bad cops doing bad or harmful things -- and to publicize that as well.
The combination of citizens honoring those worthy of honor and scrutinizing those worthy of scrutinization can only improve our police departments across the country and, thus, lead to more good cops and fewer bad cops.
Citizens empowered with cameras are good for America.
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