It was not their intention to make the police officers "under suspicion". Lower Saxony interior Minister Boris Pistorius (SPD) had invited the party boss in the police Academy.esque: "Must be no black sheep"
The police profession was a "very special job", since the police forces were exercising the state's monopoly of violence. It was a professional group, "there are no black sheep allowed to give," said esque. Although there would be "always one", but it needs to be worked on. The "very, very vast majority" of police officers see it the same way.
"police officers do not want racists in their ranks," said esque. Therefore, "it hurts you also, if you are placed in the vicinity of racists". The SPD Chairman said: "This was and is not at all my concern."esque welcomes public debate
The policy must provide a framework that the police be protected from this accusation, "but also in front of people who are not suitable to work in their ranks," said esque, and stressed the need for independent complaint bodies to be set up.
they welcomed the initiative of the Federal government to develop a scientific investigation into possible racist tendencies. If there is no suspicion, this would not be necessary, ' said the SPD politician. She stressed that the public debate on the topic would be useful.
The discussion was fueled by the worldwide protests after the death of the African-American George Floyd in the United States. Esque had spoken then at the beginning of the week of a "latent racism" in the ranks of the German security forces and an independent complaint demanded place. She stressed in the Interview, but also that the vast majority of the police officers confront the racism is very critical. Over 30 degrees and tropical nights: Here beware of heat stress PCP on the weekend Over 30 degrees and tropical nights: Here beware of heat stresscba/dpa applies to weekends Date Of Update: 11 June 2020, 18:26