Newsom signs a bunch of laws that make it tougher on cops- None that make it tougher on criminals

(Los Angeles, CA) — California Governor Gavin Newsom was in Los Angeles County signing several controversial bills dealing with police use of force. One sets statewide rules for use of tear gas and rubber bullets. Another bans police from using transportation and restraint techniques that might choke a suspect. Democrat Newsom is also signing a bill that requires police departments to enact policies that require officers to step in when they see excessive force being used. Many of the new laws are opposed by law enforcement organizations.
(Sacramento, CA) — Twenty-one is the new minimum age for police officers in California. With the stroke of a pen, Governor Gavin Newsom raised the minimum age of service for police officers from 18 to 21, starting next year. The new law also sets up potential new requirements for officers to have at least some college education by 2025. The four-year process would authorize California community colleges to develop a modern policing degree program. Prior experience in law enforcement or the military could also be considered under the new law.
(Los Angeles, CA) – California Governor Gavin Newsom is signing a controversial police reform bill designed to crack down on bad cops. S-B 2 creates a process to strip badges from police officers with misconduct records. It would also prevent them from moving to a different law enforcement agency. Critics say it’s potentially anti-police.