Turtleboy Fixed Violence And Drug Dealing In Worcester Public Schools By Making The School Committee Put Cops In Every Secondary School
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Two years ago this group of local chuds held a press conference to condemn Turtleboy as a racist for suggesting resource officers should be in all Worcester Public High Schools after all four vice principals at North High School were assaulted by students.
Eventually Turtleboy won and a couple months later the School Committee voted to have a resource officer in every secondary school in the city. Let’s see how it’s worked out…..
This chart is a lie. Clive was right, cops in schools are racist!! pic.twitter.com/zVlwkHtQgI
— Party Waren Kebber (@WebbDawgTG) February 28, 2017
- Weapons incidents have gone from 71 to 25.
- Drug possession incidents have gone from 46 to 16.
- Assaults on teachers have gone from 59 to 19.
In other words, Turtleboy fixed crime in the Worcester Public Schools. Before we started blogging on this topic they were out of control. Drug dealers were coming to school, pushing the product and thinking none of it. Students were assaulting their teachers and administrators. Kids were bringing guns and knives to school.
But since we forced Mayor Puddy to put cops in the schools, kids are clearly afraid to bring drugs to school. They’re afraid to bring weapons to school. They’re afraid to hit their teachers. As they should be. These are good things.
Most importantly kids in these schools are building positive relationships with the police, instead of negative ones. They’re realizing that the cops are their friends who are here to protect them, so long as they are not breaking the law. Only someone who enjoys violence and drug dealing would object to that. Ya know, people like Clive McFarlane and other SJW’s who said cops in schools would be an “armed encampment” that would fuel the “school to prison pipeline.” But yet if suspensions are down so much, it would actually do the exact opposite of the “school to prison pipeline” theory. Less kids are getting suspended because the mere presence of the police deters crime and leads to less suspensions.
Turns out they were wrong and we were right. Again.
Leadership in Northampton should probably take note of this too. Cops in schools aren’t there to arrest your students or scare them. They’re there to build relationships and deter bad guys from selling drugs to your kids and assaulting their teachers. Of course you don’t like this because it contradicts your anti-police narrative, but the rest of us can now clearly see how important police in schools can be.
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