Vow Renewal Ceremony for Law Enforcement

Vow Renewal Ceremony for Law Enforcement

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todd birnbaum started this petition to All Police Districts and

We must renew our Vows

“Generally, state and local police officers take the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor at the beginning of their careers. The oath affirms their standards of integrity, bravery and honor to the community and law.” - https://work.chron.com/cops-oath-22507.html

The American People are at a point of anger, confusion and disappointment.  Authority figures have spoiled ‘Authority’, through theft, murder and power, leaving distrust in their wake.  Healthy, smart and motivated people gather by day to protest peacefully putting their health and the countries well being at risk in order to be heard.  As they retreat to their homes, opportunists burn our cities, incite violence and steal what is not theirs.

This needs to be a time of peace, healing and dialogue.  This needs to be a time of real change.  Enough people have died, suffered and feared.

We need Law Enforcement.  We need the standards and values they promised to represent.  And Law Enforcement needs the people, because without the tacit endorsement of the masses, they will simply be overwhelmed.  Officers put their lives on the line daily to protect the people, and the greater majority of them deserve our support;  Yet who can blame the public for the distrust?

It is time to renew our vows.

All Police Officers should be sworn in again, restating their vows in a public forum.  They should hear their words, process them, commit to them.  The American people should be able to see and hear this re commitment on local television, a streaming service or by attending this ceremony (with proper distancing)

It is through non-violent action that lasting change comes from. 

This is a tangible way to pave a road toward healing and trust, please support this initiative.

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