Yes, police brutality exits. We have proof of this fact. But the fact that it exists doesn't change the fact that the issue has been so politically polarizing we cannot seem to step back away from our feelings on the matter. Even James Comey, the Director of the FBI, said "We can't have an informed discussion, because we don't have data"
Intelligently speaking, the action or inaction of one individual does not predetermine the guilt of an unrelated individual any more than it makes Milo Yiannopoulos guilty of Kim Jong Il's human rights violations. Police officers are all adults and are responsible individually for any action or inaction they may or may not take in an illegal/unethical/immoral manner. Public outcries should be limited (by self control and maturity not lawfully) to outcries against an individual's actions if illegal/unethical/immoral or to the Internal Affairs department for not investigating complaints or failing to file the proper reports. Blaming all police officers for the actions of a few is beyond stupid.
My plan is to make police reports for internal incidents or complaints mandatory and thorough and shut down any attempt to use tax payer dollars to support the security for the benefit of a private event (i.e. crowd control at a concert). I would like to see enforcement of "victim-less crimes" down to just warnings when there truly is no harm done.
As far as declaring officers as the enemy that's absurd but we could work towards keeping the individuals charged with maintaining the peace in our communities accountable for their actions