Emergency Services

  Posted on: Thursday, July 2, 2020
What Disbanding the Police Really Meant in Camden, New Jersey
Wired.com, by: Sidney Fussell, July 1, 2020
TWO SCHOOLS OF thought have emerged for altering US policing practices following the killing of George Floyd and widespread Black Lives Matter protests: reform the way police do their jobs, or defund or even disband police agencies.

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