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Published 4 months ago with 6 Comments

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  • ekyris
    +8

    The response to violence is never violence, it's always to de-escalate it. Only six shots were fired by Japanese police nationwide [in 2015]," says journalist Anthony Berteaux. "What most Japanese police will do is get huge futons and essentially roll up a person who is being violent or drunk into a little burrito and carry them back to the station to calm them down.

    Now that is a good way to handle drunks.

    • kxh
      +7

      Surely that should be a sushi roll?

    • Zeus
      +4

      My new goal in life is to be a violent Japanese burrito.

  • kxh
    +5

    What about proponents of Seki-ryu Hojutsu?

  • kxh
    +5

    the American model, ... has been "to militarise the police".

    "If you have too many police pulling out guns at the first instance of crime, you lead to a miniature arms race between police and criminals," he says.

    This, but how to fix it?

    • AdelleChattre
      +3

      What if the law applied to police, the government, and people working for corporations?

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