A Short List in a Long Line of Peace Officer Layoffs! Thousands of Officers to be Replaced by Corporations in 2010! Texas Peace Officers Need to Wake Up or Become Unemployeed!

Red Light Camera States see the truth about budgets and politics. Officers are fighting for survival of sovereignty law enforcement in thier States. Preset budgets coupled with economic conditions have set conditions for State Legislators, City Counsels, and Private Corporations to force cutting of peace officer positions, and instead keep Corporate Law Enforcement. The Arizona Department of Public Safety, is expected to lay off up to 400 officers and civilians. Iowa has told some Officers that started after 7/24/05 that they could be gone, along with large percentage Prison Officers around the State! Officers in Illinois could soon be out of a job. Oakland California Mayor Ron Dellums proposed laying off 140 police officers, and 249 other municipal positions. These are just a few examples of a National trend that is taking place to eliminate Local and State law Enforcement in Red Light Camera States . The nationalization of law Enforcement is being backed by Private Corporations and being driven by Legislators  originating at City levels of government reaching all the way up to the highest branches of Government. Installation of Corporate Digital Enforcement and layoffs of police officers is the standard today. This Corporate takeover of Law Enforcement Nationwide is seeing very little resistance from police agencies across the country! 

Arizona Layoffs http://www.prescottaz.com/main.asp?SectionID=1&SubSectionID=1&ArticleID=72948&TM=62288.8

Iowa Layoffs http://forums.officer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=132339

Illinois Layoffs http://www.officer.com/web/online/Top-News-Stories/Layoffs-Loom-For-Some-Illinois-Police-Services/1$33537

California layoffs http://articles.sfgate.com/2009-05-06/bay-area/17201841_1_oakland-police-officers-association-city-leaders-city-services

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