The policies put in place by the people you and I vote for have effect on all of us.
Thinking otherwise would be silly. It would also be dangerous, as it would give one the idea that the problem is caused exclusively by 'the others'. It would stop them from looking at society as a whole and working together to solve the issues society faces.
First, there is no problem. The notion that blacks are being hunted in the streets by white supremacist cops is pure nonsense and propaganda.
There are a handful of deaths a year, the overwhelming majority are justified, some are accidental, some may be poor decisions but explainable and inevitable given the nature and uncertainties of the job.
There is nothing to "fix" and it would be way more dangerous to to give into the idea that we need to cancel the police by believing the lie.
So no, I don't buy the idea that somehow I am partly responsible and it isn't entirely the morons themselves to blame, because that is the BS group-guilt that the left want people to buy into.
You know who's to blame for people dying? Nearly always the people who put themselves in the situations that increase the probability of it and then behave in a way that almost guarantees it.
I don't lose any sleep over them.
I do care about the people who are protecting society from them. In this case, two cops shot for no justifiable reason. I hope the person responsible dies in a hail of bullets.