Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Sessions orders Justice Department to review all police reform agreements

Via Billy

Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered Justice Department officials to review reform agreements with troubled police forces nationwide, saying it was necessary to ensure that these pacts do not work against the Trump administration’s goals of promoting officer safety and morale while fighting violent crime.

In a two-page memo released Monday, Sessions said agreements reached previously between the department’s civil rights division and local police departments — a key legacy of the Obama administration — will be subject to review by his two top deputies, throwing into question whether all of the agreements will stay in place.


  1. Thank God.

    Those reform agreements were between an Obam enemy Muslim DOJ with an agenda to fill that forced often willing leftist police and government officials into dangerous progressive slanted unworkable agreements that did nothing to really answer, help or to solve the situations that were claimed to be addressed by the agreements. Just like many consent agreements in court lawsuits brought between parties already agreed to a result, and when you think about it, no solution just like almost all progressive government actions.