Black Lives Matter

Yes, Let’s Fix the Ghetto

by Diane Dimond on August 22, 2016

Fear, anger, cries of racism. This is what seems to envelop America these days, dished up daily by no less than presidential candidates and the media. So many people taking offense at what others say or do I can’t keep track of it all. It’s exhausting.  [click to continue…]


After Deadly Disputes, Policing Can Never Be The Same

by Diane Dimond on December 15, 2014

Law Enforcement on Notice

Law Enforcement on Notice

 Note to Sheriffs and Police Chiefs: If you aren’t actively seeking ideas to foster better relations between your community and your officers you probably should resign.

If you are still operating under the illusion that social unrest could never come to your town you better think again.

If you don’t realize that a new day has dawned in law enforcement – a day where a growing number of citizens automatically mistrust cops – you might want to get back out on the street and walk a beat for a day or two.

There is now a nationwide, colorblind call demanding a change in the way law enforcement interacts with the people they have sworn to protect. [click to continue…]