Yes, but that model should be successful of it's own accord, without requiring that the new model be disassembled by unneeded, paid-for legislation that harms individual rights.
If you want to beat the new system, make the necessary changes to your existing system to make it competitive in a new market. Don't try legislating the new system until your existing system is better. That isn't a victory, that is a group defeat.
If the "majority of police who are honest and hardworking" (a statement I disagree with) feel the backlash from this, then maybe they need to withdraw from the blue wall of silence and police their peers, as it were.
They've been told. They are either deaf or willfully ignorant.
My guess is it's the latter: they feel they don't need to listen to anyone who doesn't have an MBA or years of "experience" in the business because those types of people simply don't matter: SHUT UP AND CONSUME WHAT WE GIVE YOU.