JG Excerpt:There's good reasons why no one else has tried it, but I digress.
Project Sober Streets, the product of a six-month initiative by the Janesville Police Department, is believed to be the first of its kind in the nation...
I'm convinced these lists and marking people do more harm than good, but wouldn't the police department be far more pro-active by mapping out the homes or establishments where the repeating offenders got bombed before they got behind the wheel? Including the times, location or intersections of their arrests? That seems more pro-active if prevention and public safety are really the priority. Yet, if attempting to shame is now considered a pro-active, problem-solving approach to these issues, then my blog should be championed across the globe as the "blog of solutions."