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Author Topic: SC cops defend keeping cash they seize: 'What's the incentive' otherwise?  (Read 90 times)

Offline y04185

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Even the staunchest advocate for preserving South Carolina’s civil asset forfeiture powers admits that cops have an incentive to seize people’s property for their own department’s benefit.

Jarrod Bruder, the executive director of the South Carolina Sheriff’s Association who frequently lobbies for law enforcement interests at the Statehouse, said that without the incentive of profit from civil forfeiture, officers probably wouldn’t pursue drug dealers and their cash as hard as they do now.

If police don’t get to keep the money from forfeiture, “what is the incentive to go out and make a special effort?” Bruder said. “What is the incentive for interdiction?”

Bruder’s comments came after being presented the research from our TAKEN investigation, which found that law enforcement agencies seized more than $17 million using state laws that allow police to seize money and property without requiring a criminal conviction or even an arrest. Most of the money and property that officers seize ends up enriching the police departments’ bank accounts.
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Re: SC cops defend keeping cash they seize: 'What's the incentive' otherwise?
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2019, 11:54:00 PM »
Doesn't some of this cash ends up enriching some cops pocket? Uh-huh...I thought so!

 

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