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1 -===States CP===
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4 -====Counterplan Text: The United States Federal Government should amend the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1993 to include a state-based regulatory negotiation framework for ____________________________________. ====
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7 -====Rank and File police officers will support negotiated rule-making because it's in their best interest====
8 -**Kami Chavis Simmons**, **Associate Provost and Professor of Law: Wake Forest University**, "The Politics of Policing: Ensuring Stakeholder Collaboration in the Federal Reform of Local Law Enforcement Agencies," **(Winter 2008,)** http://scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=7289andcontext=jclc
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11 -====While DOJ has evinced a willingness to negotiate the reform, it has been far less willing to include all the various stakeholders in the negotiation process. In order to be successful, the proposal to use a form of negotiated rulemaking would necessitate the full support of all of the affected interests, including those of community members and rank-and-file officers. DOJ's opposition to the intervention of community members and rank-and-file police officers in the Los Angeles Consent Decree suggests that there may be some hesitancy on the part of the current administration to allow local interests to participate in the reform process. The negotiations will necessarily involve a certain degree of logistical complexity, but any inconvenience will be outweighed by the increased political legitimacy, cooperation and innovative solutions resulting from the inclusion. Similarly, police unions may be hesitant to join conversations with DOJ to reform local police practices. Historically, rank-and-file police officers have resisted various oversight efforts and, at times, police officers have reacted violently to reform efforts.269 However, given the impact that the reforms may have on their interests, rank-and-file officers may be persuaded of the benefits of consensual rulemaking in the context of police reform====
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14 -====This solves the aff better and doesn't trigger the DA—rank and file officers are involved in the process====
15 -Kami Chavis** Simmons**, "The Politics of Policing: Ensuring Stakeholder Collaboration in the Federal Reform of Local Law Enforcement Agencies," **(Prev. Cited)** http://scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=7289andcontext=jclc
16 -The "overarching" benefit of the proposal to include police officers and community members
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18 -them, they are more likely to participate in the implementation process. 241
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21 -====Stakeholder participation ensures follow through because reforms are specifically tailored to the community====
22 -Kami Chavis** Simmons**, "The Politics of Policing: Ensuring Stakeholder Collaboration in the Federal Reform of Local Law Enforcement Agencies," **(Prev. Cited)** http://scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=7289andcontext=jclc
23 -Allowing stakeholder participation encourages incorporation of varying perspectives and may result in superior substantive outcomes
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25 -that would likely escape the attention of an agency in a traditional rulemaking.
EntryDate
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1 -2018-04-21 22:00:26.0
Judge
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1 -Kevin Ambrose
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1 -MOS Chase Dobler
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1 -3
Round
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1 -2
Team
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1 -Wiley Earls Aff
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1 -States CP
Tournament
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1 -NFA