Minneapolis council members see community programs as replacement for police
Monday, 8 June 2020 Four Minneapolis City Council members in favor of dismantling the city's police department on Monday outlined broad plans to shift funding to community-based programs that reduce violence and limit the need for an armed law enforcement response.
The Minneapolis City Council has announced today (June 7), their intentions of disbanding the city's police force in the wake of George Floyd's death.
"We are here today to begin the process of ending the Minneapolis police department" a council member is heard saying in the video.
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