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Minneapolis residents still split on police as council considers budget for next year

17November 2020

Minneapolis residents still split on police as council considers budget for next year

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Minneapolis residents are still torn over whether the Police Department is best suited to improve safety in the city — and how much to invest in it — months after the police killing of George Floyd and in a year marred by violent crime. Funding for the Minneapolis Police Department was the focus Monday of the first public hearing on the city’s 2021 budget. The $1.5 billion budget proposed by Mayor Jacob Frey puts $179 million toward the Police Department and calls for adding three recruit classes in an effort to offset a wave of officer departures in recent months….. See article below.

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Source: https://www.startribune.com/minneapolis-residents-still-split-on-police-as-council-considers-budget-for-next-year/573096511/

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