It’s About To Get a LOT More Dangerous Being a Police Officers in New Hampshire

A proposed bill making its way through the New Hampshire legislature could strip law enforcement officers of the authority to use deadly force when making arrests.

From Daily Caller:

Advocates of the bill, put forward by a group known as the Liberty Republicans, argue that the purpose of the bill is to save lives — but Chief David Goldstein of the Franklin Police Department worries that, if the bill passes, it could put his officers in danger.

“It will make it much more difficult, if not impossible, for us to effect our jobs in certain situations,” Goldstein explained to ABC affiliate WMUR 9.

Actor Dean Cain, a longtime supporter of law enforcement and reserve officer, told The Daily Caller that the proposed bill was bad news.

“Terrible idea,” he said, pointing out the fact that deadly force is supposed to be a last resort and is generally only implemented to prevent injury either to the officer or to others. “No law enforcement officer wants to use deadly force during an arrest. Regrettably, sometimes it is the only option. Enacting a law like this is dangerous, irresponsible, and will lead to even more violence against law enforcement.”

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