Conduct as many drug raids as you can in order to get federal grant money? Are these No Knock drug raids actually making us safer? Or are they being used as a means to get federal dollars for an employment scam just to keep more officers employed? Please watch this video, not just just as a reference to federal grants but the overall culture of the police that is not . It's very interesting and enlightening.
"Last week, we traveled to Crowley, Louisiana to look deeper into the Theresa Richard story, who has been arrested twice in six months for recording cops in public, where we came across a former Crowley cop who granted us a very candid interview about how the department was conducting no-knock raids several times a week, finding very little drugs, but generating plenty of federal grants because of the raids. I will be reporting more on that trip in the upcoming week, but I wanted to post the interview with Johnny Courville now because he provided good insight into police culture in general, not just in small-town Louisiana.
The culture is corrupt, but we knew that. But if we can give a voice to those cops who realize it’s corrupt, then maybe we can begin to change that culture."