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Scalia's New Police Professionals

In Hudson v. Michigan, Justice Scalia argued that the exclusionary rule was unnecessary because of "[a]nother development over the past half-century that deters civil-rights violations," namely, "the increasing professionalism of police forces, including a new emphasis on internal police discipline."  In the past couple of days, we have the following examples of the "new police professionalism"

If this is what Scalia considers to be professional, then what does he consider unprofessional?