The cops should have waited until he was finished adjusting the A/C. Then they could have asked him politely to come with them and said please. You people need to see some videos of what happens to police when they allow a suspect to mess around or reach into their vehicle. I watched that video and he did not say anything about a gun. I call bullshit. And he didn’t have a knife either. If he had a knife, that cop would not have been upon him pulling on his shirt. Where are you getting your info? There was no knife. He was unarmed. Moreover, police are justified in using deadly force only in response to deadly force. There was no threat here. Jacob Blake was unarmed, was breaking up a fight and the police did not bother finding out what was going on! I totally agree. My comment was to her assumption that there was. I haven’t heard nor seen what she’s talking about, but I was saying that even IF she was right, they still should not have killed that man. That even if there was a deadly threat, the cop being as close as he was, there were other options. I totally agree. My comment was to her assumption that there was. I haven’t heard nor seen what she’s talking about, but I was saying that even IF she was right, they still should not have killed that man. That even if there was a deadly threat, the cop being as close as he was, there were other Happy Quaroteen shirt. I do believe there should be cops on college campuses. I say this speaking from personal experience. However, the number of them shouldn’t be in excess. The number would need to reflect the size of the college/university, as well as how (un)safe the surrounding area is. How they operate should also be reviewed and changed, in accordance with the needs of the students. I find it deplorable that many schools have insufficient amounts of nurses, counselors, psychiatrists, and psychologists. I agree that that needs to change. More of them need to be hired. They are just as important as having campus security, if not more. All of this is especially important when the schools are in suburban or rural areas. These places have little or no access to these services outside of campus, which is why it’s important to provide them on-campus. This is especially important when students need access to medications, most notably if there are no pharmacies nearby. Many students can’t or won’t talk to their parents, so they need a professional to talk to. I think that if funding could be moved around, added, and/or received from students asking for services, that would hopefully partially or fully solve this problem.