Here in the 2020s, 3 decades before Minority Report, an early stage of precrime policing has already appeared. It's goes by the name "red-flag law". It deprives Americans of their right to self defense without any due process, based on a precog's vision that they're going to kill. The main difference from Minority Report is that any Joe Shmoe can be a precog. Washington DC and 19 states have already enacted these red-flag laws, and Biden is pushing for a national red-flag law.
Minority Report was released long before cancel culture, but it should be clear to us by now that you deserve to have your life destroyed if you ever said anything which was acceptable at the time, but then became unacceptable later. You may, for example, vote Republican in the 2024 election, but then a decade later the Democrats in power will determine that having voted Republican is evidence of mental illness. Mentally ill people must lose all constitutional protections, and Minority Report gives us a good idea to keep precriminals locked in solitary.
[SPOILER ALERT] While Minority Report ends with society rejecting precrime, I find that unrealistic. The political class benefits too much from their ability to imprison anyone. More likely is a future in which society is ruled by 1% who allow an additional 2% to remain free, while the remaining 97% labor in prisons as punishment for crimes they would otherwise have committed. Then we can finally celebrate a safe America, free from gun violence.
Minority Report is a great reminder of the real dangers presented by big government, with an unrealistically happy ending.