Supercops

Posted by admin on July 27, 2012
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For years, the NYPD has cultivated unofficial partnerships with local New York superheroes.  Many other major U.S. cities have followed suit, but Los Angeles has been decidedly slow to adopt pro-superhero policies.  Which is why it came as a shock to everyone when Los Angeles Police Commissioner Harlan Stone introduced a proposal which promises to change the game completely: Stone wants the LAPD to officially hire and train superhuman police officers.  It is, however, an understandably controversial measure, and will likely be caught up in red tape for some time.  Here are some responses to Stone’s announcement:

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[...] In the wake of the Mason Tower bombing, “Crisis” with Starla Carter, L.A.’s number-one source for news and views on the superhero phenomena, dedicated an entire segment to the tragedy. Guests included Max Mason himself, Psychologist Temperance Jones (author of the best-selling book “The Superhero Complex”) and Los Angeles Police Commissioner Harlan Stone (vocal proponent of incorporating superhumans into the LAPD ranks). [...]

[...] In the wake of the Mason Tower bombing, “Crisis” with Starla Carter, L.A.’s number-one source for news and views on the superhero phenomena, dedicated an entire segment to the tragedy. Guests included Max Mason himself, Psychologist Temperance Jones (author of the best-selling book “The Superhero Complex”) and Los Angeles Police Commissioner Harlan Stone (vocal proponent of incorporating superhumans into the LAPD ranks). [...]

[...] known as the forward-thinking Los Angeles Police Commissioner who recently put forth a proposal to officially incorporate superhumans into the LAPD. His plan has yet to be approved by his fellow members of the police [...]

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