Shaming in the public square
The enforcement arm of our public institutions exist for good reason. Laws become meaningless if they can be broken without consequence.
In cities and communities where we are seeing spikes in social disorder or flagrant disregard for the comfort and well-being of neighbours, combined with limited by-law enforcement capacity and financial resources, mounting frustration from concerned citizens and political leaders is justified.
What we do about it is worthy of due consideration.
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