The motive for this is sound and there is a real problem persisting in the way policing is done in this country. That said, a big part of the problem is throwing legislation at a problem as the solution. Taking this course has lead us to where we are and this legislation only serves to muddy the waters. It will create a shield for those who are actually committing dangerous and violent crimes to hide behind, make it harder for police to do their jobs, force costly procedures on departments (i.e. us, the taxpayers), and be largely ineffective in the end. Addressing the problem will, unfortunately, not be something that can be done immediately. This is a problem that needs to be looked at by social scientists and psychologists and, along with criminal justice experts, a focused, valid plan needs to be put into place. Legislation should only be around how to make that happen.