All of the states deploying shelter-in-place and stay-at-home orders for COVID-19 have spun a unique set of challenging problems to the processes that were taken for granted during a Pre-Pandemic society. Obviously medical treatment and its systems are the most obvious targets of evaluation and criticism, but it becomes evident that every process of government, order, public interest, and education operations has been placed into overhaul. Widespread cooperation with the quarantine and precaution process has produced almost newsworthy images of empty streets (with many non-essential businesses shuttered).
Law enforcement in a social-distancing and generally abiding community has forced an immediate role shift at several levels. There is considerably more property to protect and less street crime vulnerability. Burglary is less likely when people are at home, but crowd supervision at open stores, food banks, and public schools maintaining student meal distribution require police presence. Police are tasked with checking for group violations of the Social Distancing prerogative and violations of state-imposed closures of non-essential businesses.
Further up from the ground-level of uniformed police, law-breaking and order-making in our Coronavirus-centric new world has had to shift as in dealing with crime we have the issue of punishment. A simple model would be processing suspect of DUI/DWI, and how the modified system might proceed. Yes, there are fewer DUI/DWI arrests when there are no bars, sports, or gathering locations are open BUT on empty streets, the offending behavior is far more visible. Yes, the safety conditions for transporting and holding an offender have changed. Can the arrested suspect be given a sterilized isolated space after processing? Can the vehicle being impounded be sanitized completely before a contracted tow company moves to seize it? Will the city or housing facility be liable for illness overcoming the detainee or the officers and worker dealing with the detainee’s car?
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At the higher level of our justice and Incarceration system, we see the more drastic fallout from overcrowded facilities ripe with ability to spread the virus. Controversial commuting of sentences for persons charged with crimes ranging from Murder (first and second degree), Child Abuse, and Sex Offense (repeated) make the community at large nervous. Governor Newsom’s recently granted clemencies and re-evaluation grants for timely release of prisoners has sounded alerts in a critical pre-election period and sets the example for reducing the system intake.
The new arrest process for most incidents is currently fixed to “$ 0” bail in order to prevent any crowd in local facility jails that lacks the supply and staffing to sanitize a location with each additional guest (more than two and after each departure). What the local governments within the broader state government fail to see is that a bail designation of “$100” (or other nominal fee) forces someone to stand up to that individual’s completion of the process. If a bail bond is posted, the licensed bond issuer is another contact (monitor) and in the case of a bail bond, the bonds-person doubles as an eye for legal enforcement.
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The infrastructure of just about everything Americans’ have taken for granted has been up-ended and will be subject to overhaul in the months to gradual reopening. More controversial decisions on just about every public-associated service will fall under the scrutiny microscope of our changed social practices.
Not just Pandemic – Pan EPIC.