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A civilian review board is investigating more than 400 complaints against the Minneapolis Police Department — an unprecedented number that has, in a matter of weeks, surpassed totals of previous years.

Councilman Will Arnold wants to change the "Davis Police Department" to the "Department of Community Safety." The proposal is one of the latest efforts, calling for change to law enforcement after the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

At a time when city officials are taking steps to dismantle the Police Department, the drive-by shooting has cemented people's fears about public safety. And the shooting wasn’t the only recent incident in Minneapolis that put children in danger.

From New York City considering a billion-dollar cut to Minneapolis wanting a new department of community safety instead, the calls to defund the police are loud and widespread.

From New York City considering a billion-dollar cut to Minneapolis wanting a new department of community safety instead, the calls to defund the police are loud and widespread

From New York City considering a billion-dollar cut to Minneapolis wanting a new department of community safety instead, the calls to defund the police are loud and widespread.

From New York City considering a billion-dollar cut to Minneapolis wanting a new department of community safety instead, the calls to defund the police are loud and widespread.

From New York City considering a billion-dollar cut to Minneapolis wanting a new department of community safety instead, the calls to defund the police are loud and widespread.

From New York City considering a billion-dollar cut to Minneapolis wanting a new department of community safety instead, the calls to defund the police are loud and widespread, including some places where crime has gone up.

From New York City considering a billion-dollar cut to Minneapolis wanting a new department of community safety instead, the calls to defund the police are loud and widespread.

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Breaking News: A veto-proof majority of the Minneapolis City Council pledged to dismantle the city’s Police Department, vowing to create a new public safety system

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Remember, it’s not just the leftwing Minneapolis City Council moving to abolish their police department, Dem mayors like De Blasio in NYC & Garcetti in LA are bragging about cutting funding to the police departments in their cities...And @JoeBiden  refuses to condemn any of it!

Nine members of Minneapolis' city council — a veto-proof majority — say they'll start the process of defunding and dismantling the police department

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Thank you to Lt. Bob Kroll of the great Minneapolis Police Department for your kind words on @foxandfriends . The Police are fighting the Radical Left Mayor, and his ridiculous Uniform Ban. Actually, I LOVE the Cops for Trump shirts. Want to bring some home. I am with you 100%!!!!

My heart is heavy this morning thinking about George Floyd’s family. It’s not enough to fire the officers—they must be held accountable and an investigation into the Minneapolis Police Department’s practices must be opened. His family deserves justice. #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd 

UNITED STATES: Minneapolis City Council votes to dismantle the police department and replace it with a 'community-based public safety model'

The Minneapolis police officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck had 18 previous complaints against him, police department says

The former Minneapolis police officer seen in a video with his knee on George Floyd's neck had 18 prior complaints filed against him with the Minneapolis Police Department's Internal Affairs, according to the police department

Minneapolis police officer at the center of George Floyd's death had been with the department since 2001. During his career, he was the subject of a dozen police conduct complaints; he was never disciplined, records show.

Minneapolis police officer at the center of George Floyd's death had been with the department since 2001. During his career, he was the subject of a dozen police conduct complaints; he was never disciplined, records show.

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