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MUST Arrest Laws

This here is an over view of what I have been saying in the past. The
police forces have become 'guns for hire'. They do not have the
objectivety to be making arrests. They are literally getting paid to
arrest men only.
This is the anti-male bastion at its finest hour. Raising awareness
of this type of work in all english speaking countries is detrimental
in destroying it.

I have pointed out on page two of our web site that police do get
money for each male arrested in a domestic situation and this
confirms it. If we paid the police for each of whatever group to be
arrested< I am sure we would find that rate that that group were
arrested would sky rocket.


OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS
Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies
Enhancement Grant Award: FY 1998
Massachusetts
AWARD RECIPIENT:
City of Brockton
Brockton, Massachusetts
AWARD AMOUNT: $425,000*
PURPOSE: These grant funds will allow the Brockton Police Department
to
continue training officers and civilian personnel in collaboration
with the
Brockton Family and Community Resource Center's Domestic Violence
Action
Program. The department also will develop and implement a domestic
violence
offender probation monitoring project in collaboration with the
Brockton
District Court Probation Department. A Community Task Force on
Domestic
Violence will encourage collaboration and information sharing among
representatives from: law enforcement, prosecution, probation,
community-based victim advocacy agencies, the judiciary, medical
professionals, and members of the business community. The Brockton
Police
Department also will continue to train officers and civilian
personnel on
the city's mandatory reporting protocol for police officers who
batter.
LOCAL CONTACT:
Paul Washek, Detective
City of Brockton Police Department
7 Commercial Street
Brockton, MA 02302
508/941-0223
* This is a tentative award amount pending final budget review.




Enhancement Grant Award: FY 1998
AWARD RECIPIENT:
Town of Danvers
Danvers, Massachusetts
AWARD AMOUNT: $119,134*
PURPOSE: These funds will allow the Danvers Police Department to
create a
more coordinated response to domestic violence in collaboration with
the
City of Salem Police Department, the Essex County District Attorney's
Office, the local nonprofit victim services agency Help for Abused
Women and
Children, and the First District Court of Essex County. Funds will
support
continued training for Danvers police officers on the state's pro-
arrest
protocols, policies and procedures; the creation of a specialized
prosecution unit at the Essex District Attorney's Office; and
collaborative
training efforts with victim advocates from Help for Abused Women and
Children. In addition, the Danvers Police Department will collaborate
with
the Salem Police Department and the Salem District Court Probation
Department to implement a warrant apprehension system across
jurisdictions.
LOCAL CONTACT:
Jon E. Tiplady, Lieutenant
Town of Danvers Police Department
1 Sylvan Street
Danvers, MA 01923
978/774-1212
* This is a tentative award amount pending final budget review.




Enhancement Grant Award: FY 1998
AWARD RECIPIENT:
City of Salem
Salem, Massachusetts
AWARD AMOUNT: $356,841*
PURPOSE: These funds will allow the Salem Police Department to create
a more
coordinated response to domestic violence in collaboration with the
Town of
Danvers Police Department; the Essex County District Attorney's
Office; Help
for Abused Women and Children (HAWC), the local nonprofit victim
services
agency; and the First District Court of Essex County. Funds will
support
continued training for Salem police officers on the state's pro-arrest
protocols, policies, and procedures; creating a specialized
prosecution unit
at the Essex County District Attorney's Office; and hiring of two
victim
advocates through HAWC. In addition, the Salem and Danvers Police
Departments, HAWC, the Salem District Court Probation Department, and
the
First District Court of Essex County will implement a warrant
apprehension
system across jurisdictions.
LOCAL CONTACT:
Audrey Sullivan, Lieutenant
City of Salem Police Department
P.O. Box 3005
Salem, MA 01970
978/744-0171
* This is a tentative award amount pending final budget review.




Enhancement Grant Award: FY 1998
AWARD RECIPIENT:
City of Waltham
Waltham, Massachusetts
AWARD AMOUNT: $215,472*
PURPOSE: These funds will allow the Waltham Police Department to
continue
the operation of a specialized domestic violence unit in
collaboration with
the Support Committee for Battered Women; expand court and probation
department-based victim advocacy efforts; provide training to patrol
officers and dispatchers on the state's domestic violence arrest
policies;
and support the activities of the Domestic Violence Advisory Task
Force,
including the publication and distribution of multi-lingual
informational
brochures for victims.
LOCAL CONTACT:
Stephen Unsworth, Chief of Police
City of Waltham Police Department
155 Lexington Street
Waltham, MA 02154
781/893-4040
* This is a tentative award amount pending final budget review.


 

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