Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins urges Philadelphia police reforms, draws rebuke from union

By | November 20, 2019

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Philadelphia Eagles defensive wait on Malcolm Jenkins’ concept section about reforming the Philadelphia Police Department drew a intriguing rebuke from the Metropolis of Brotherly Love’s police union on Tuesday.

Jenkins, who has been among the NFL’s most outspoken voices on social injustice, wrote an essay published in the Philadelphia Inquirer calling for a half of-dozen reforms below the following Philadelphia police commissioner.

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The three-time Expert Bowler known as for reforms in “how law enforcement police our young of us,” “a commissioner who fights wait on in opposition to the police union” and urged elevated “accountability” and “transparency” below the following commissioner. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is made up our minds to interchange damaged-down Commissioner Richard Ross, who resigned in August after being accused of mishandling sexual harassment claims filed by two female police officers in a lawsuit.

New England Patriots' Rex Burkhead (34) is tackled by Philadelphia Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins (27) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Michael Perez)

New England Patriots’ Rex Burkhead (34) is tackled by Philadelphia Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins (27) during the vital half of of an NFL football sport, Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Michael Perez)

“Nearly at any time when we hear a legend of an officer abusing vitality, whether or no longer thru violence or racist Facebook postings, the police union is there to defend the cross behavior,” Jenkins wrote. “We prefer a commissioner who isn’t in lockstep with the union and who will as an different spark off when the union tries to veil and justify cross behavior.”

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Jenkins’ op-ed drew rebuke from the Philadelphia Fraternal Stutter of Police. The union shared a letter on social media slamming Jenkins for his editorial and the Inquirer for operating it.

“Sponsoring a racist assault by a non-resident washed-up football participant and making an strive to conceal it as a commentary on police in Philadelphia reveals why the excellent these that soundless subscribe to your paper are these who expend it to paper disclose their puppies.

“Hurling slurs and untrue allegations in opposition to police offers nothing in the unusual diagram of enchancment. Love other has-been football gamers, they now receive most of their operating with their mouth.

“This persona’s ‘proposals’ would leave Philadelphia’s many crime victims as defenseless as his unhappy play has left his football team.

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Kenney, nonetheless, expressed toughen for Jenkins. He told CBS Philadelphia he welcomes the suggestions.

“He has each appropriate to provide us some path and originate suggestions and we’ve been listening to the community your total time,” Kenney acknowledged.

Kenney added that he’ll grasp the unusual police commissioner quickly.

Jenkins has been eager in social justice reform over the previous couple of years. In 2017, Jenkins took a fade along with Philadelphia police to test out and see what others are going thru.

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Jenkins, 32, is in his sixth season with Philadelphia. By 10 games, he has three circulation deflections and 46 combined tackles. He’s made the Expert Bowl the last two seasons.