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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...2yrs

Yes, replace police with unarmed community based responders for non-violent calls

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No, increase funding and training for police departments in higher crime rate communities

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…3mos

No, but direct a portion of funding towards forming a partnership with local, community based mental health professionals to provide ongoing de-escalation training classes for police

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…4mos

No, but direct a portion of funding towards forming a partnership with local mental health professionals to provide ongoing de-escalation training for police which is based on the economic and social conditions of the community

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…4mos

No, but direct a portion of funding towards a partnership with local, community based mental health professionals to provide ongoing de-escalation training classes for police

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…4mos

No, but direct a portion of funding towards a partnership with local, community based mental health professionals to provide mandatory, ongoing de-escalation training classes for police

@842VWLK from Wisconsin answered…4mos

yes, but only if there is still enough funding to police departments that they can still sustain themselves.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…4mos

Yes, redirect a portion of funding towards forming a partnership with local, community based mental health professionals. These professionals should conduct mandatory and ongoing de-escalation training classes for police

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…4mos

Yes, redirect a portion of funding towards forming a partnership with local mental health professionals, who will conduct mandatory and ongoing de-escalation training classes for police

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…5mos

No, but direct a portion of funding towards a partnership with community based mental health professionals to conduct mandatory and ongoing de-escalation training classes for police

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…5mos

No, but direct some funding towards a partnership with community based mental health professionals to conduct mandatory and ongoing de-escalation group training classes for police

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…5mos

No, but fund local mental health professionals to conduct mandatory and ongoing group de-escalation training classes for police

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…5mos

Yes, redirect some funding to local mental health professionals in order to provide and conduct mandatory, ongoing group de-escalation training classes for police

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…5mos

No, but funding should be provided for mandatory and ongoing de-escalation group training classes conducted by local mental health professionals for police

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…5mos

No, but there should be mandatory and ongoing de-escalation group training for police conducted by local mental health professionals

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…5mos

No, but there should be mandatory and ongoing de-escalation training for police conducted in partnership with local mental health professionals

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…6mos

No, establish and fund mandatory, ongoing, situational de-escalation training for police that is conducted by community based mental health professionals

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…6mos

No, but increase funding for mandatory, ongoing, situational de-escalation training that is conducted by community based mental health professionals

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…6mos

No, but require and increase funding for ongoing, situational de-escalation training that is conducted by community based mental health professionals

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…6mos

No, but increase funding for and make mandatory ongoing, situational de-escalation training for police that is conducted by community based mental health professionals

@93VMLW3 from Arizona answered…7mos

No. Funding for better training should be increased AND more money should be allocated to social programs and services.

@7JXG4P2 from Illinois answered…7mos

@93MYGJV from Texas answered…7mos

In stead of taking funding from local police, we should direct some money from the military to social and community based programs. While the police should be placed with more restirctions on gun use and training.

@924MYCK from GU answered…7mos

Yes, and make sure the funds used for police are managed appropriately and not used for unnecessary measures, and provide proper training and education for police officers towards de-escalating tactics.

@93HNT69 from Illinois answered…7mos

No, The police departments need more money to pay for tools and training that can be used to equip the LEO for many situations and resolve in a more peaceful way. If you take money away situations will resolve in more violent ways.

@8T9D7X5 from California answered…8mos

No, but increase funding for social and community based programs anyways.

@93DSRN9 from Illinois answered…8mos

Yes, and the money should go towards neglected public services and the police force should be segmented into different departments with specific training.

@88LK76J from Michigan answered…8mos

Yes and abolish all law enforcement including federal law enforcement.

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

Yes, but the funding for local police departments and social & community-based programs should be split equally. However, for police departments in higher crime rate communities, then the funding and training should increase.

@8TMFV7P from Georgia answered…8mos

@78VFQZY from California answered…8mos

No, and allocate additional funding for social and community-based programs.

@9334YP3 answered…8mos

Excepting the sheriff's department, all police departments should be abolished and replaced by civil militias. The funds should be used to arm and train every citizen.

@9323M4S from Idaho answered…8mos

Social and community programs should be funded in addition to the police, both are needed.

@92ZLLSS answered…9mos

it depends, however, police do need better training and educating

@92YZWSK from Pennsylvania answered…9mos

Yes, but allocate some funds to social services, housing, education, healthcare, and other community resources.

@92YX7Z9 from California answered…9mos

While the police should have some funds be redirected to social programs, Police should still exist and have the funds necessary for protecting the public.

@92YT8JT from New York answered…9mos

@92XJ3JK from New York answered…9mos

No, but the funding should go to anti-racist training of the officers and to removing prejudice within the police system

@92XJ428 from Pennsylvania answered…9mos

No, but add unarmed community-based responders to police departments

@92XBWMT from New York answered…9mos

They should increase the amount of training required and more heavy background and psychological tests

@92TDH96 from Illinois answered…9mos

Yes the police should have a restart since their values and principles aren't positive.

@92TDH6J from Illinois answered…9mos

I feel as if the values and principles of the police are messed up and rooted in systemic racism. They should start from scratch and teach their officers how to behave.

@92TDH62 from Illinois answered…9mos

The police should be restarted with better values and principles.

@92T58MH from Illinois answered…9mos

add more funding and extend the amount of time to become an officer(more training)

@92RR2PR from Texas answered…9mos

I do not wish to defund police departments, however, I do think there could be more money invested in community based programs.

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