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On Tuesday, New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced the state's first overhaul of police use of force in 20 years. AG Grewal joins Morning Joe to discuss. Aired on 12/22/2020.
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New Jersey Announces Overhaul Of Police Use Of Force | Morning Joe | MSNBC

52 Comments on "New Jersey Announces Overhaul Of Police Use Of Force | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. AllNiteLemonade | December 22, 2020 at 11:12 AM | Reply

    Trump has two parts of a brain: ‘left’ and ‘right’.

    In the left side there’s nothing right.
    And in the right side there’s nothing left.

  2. I was someone shocked by this.. I served in the British Military back in the 80s and while our rules of engagement varied from country to country(depending on the location)all of them required a warning for the use of force(when practical)and had quite detailed actions that needed to be taken following its use. I’m stunned that Police Departments in the US wouldn’t operate similar rules of engagement

    • Amazing isn’t it? “Peace” Officers in America use more brutal tactics than the military.

    • We are a police state . Police can forcibly bust your door down and guns drawn on no more than a tip . Thing is they usually get the wrong address.

    • Deborah Freedman | December 22, 2020 at 3:34 PM | Reply

      Blame the war on drugs. Police were allowed to use more and more aggressive tactics, because of the tactics drug cartels use. But, everyone suffers and loses freedoms. It would be better to decriminalize all drugs.

    • @Deborah Freedman your right the war on drugs goes back to the 1920s with prohibition. If drugs were legal it would save a lot of life’s they would know what their getting and it wouldn’t be cut with fentanyl or rat poison or whatever people are O.D.,ing on .

    • Greens that was in the eightys early ninetys . On the west side . A guy named byrd. As I recall was the ring leader and that was exposed. He was facing charges but died If we could get rid of this nut job police union president name is catenzaro. Wraps himself in the trump flag . He’s a thug . He defends thug cops . Were working on it.

  3. I’m in love with this attorney general, he’s the first one i’ve seen be a real person.

  4. What about body cams there should be no excuse for not having them and having them switched on

  5. Callsign Starbuck | December 22, 2020 at 11:17 AM | Reply

    Now, get rid of qualified immunity.

  6. I’m just here to see how many of the experts in the comment section think the Sikh is Muslim instead.


  8. UK has an independent investigation of the police too. The independent police complaints commission.
    It investigates any alleged police wrongdoing and prosecutes.

  9. Qualified immmunity would be impossible by definition in a country with a decent constitution.


  11. “policy is just paper . . .” I like that saying.

  12. Great to see a member of the Sikh community in this office!

  13. “Protect And Serve” protect the innocent and serve justice to potential would be criminals through “due process”? No brainer!!!!

  14. Too “Gun ho” is how our Ww2 Dad described many in the US Forces then… is it cultural

  15. Yes. This is an inspirational start. However I agree with other comments that qualified immunity must go.

  16. Force as a last resort, that’s the way it should be.

  17. not much mention of de-escalation – training or practise.

  18. This is wonderful. It should be nation wide along with the nation wide removal of qualified immunity!

  19. Until qualified immunity is abolished we still have serious problems.

  20. Daniel Lion of Juda | December 22, 2020 at 7:27 PM | Reply

    The proud boys are not ready for Sikh AG, but they’ll learn as they go when he start locking them up.

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