A woman holds a sign calling for the repeal of a law that shields police misconduct records from public view, and calling for defunding the New York Police Department. Photo: AP/File
A woman holds a sign calling for the repeal of a law that shields police misconduct records from public view, and calling for defunding the New York Police Department. Photo: AP/File
Kelly Hine
Opinion

Opinion

Kelly Hine and Katie Davenport-Klunder

Australia shooting highlights global rise in anti-police sentiment, from US to Hong Kong

  • Citizens may be frustrated over political issues, such as lockdowns and vaccine laws, and their violent behaviour may be just frustration towards government
  • Anti-police ideologies are also capturing the attitudes of those in society who are frustrated with how they perceive police to be conducting themselves

A woman holds a sign calling for the repeal of a law that shields police misconduct records from public view, and calling for defunding the New York Police Department. Photo: AP/File
A woman holds a sign calling for the repeal of a law that shields police misconduct records from public view, and calling for defunding the New York Police Department. Photo: AP/File
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