released by police or sheriff's departments which present a rosey view of what police work entails.
2. Images of police officers rescuing kittens from trees and fixing children's bicycles.
3. Articles written about "hero" cops who save lives but ignore all of the tazer deaths and corruption in the unit.
4. The group think
or gang mentality
that is displayed by some members of the police force which asserts that police can do no wrong and are therefore above the laws they are supposed to enforce.
Did you see that copaganda
film that showed officers recieving awards for helping elderly people to cross the street?
Yes I did - too bad they didn't get an award for tazering
my unarmed brother to death.
The police strategy of holding news conferences on minor charges to make it appear as though they are making progress in the War on Crime / War on Drugs / War on Guns / War on Gangs.
The police holding a news conference charging the don with possessing a joint is pure copaganda.