IN a unanimous vote Friday, the city council of Minneapolis, Minnesota passed a plan to ultimately move police department responsibilities to a yet undefined ‘community’ alternative, Your Content has learned.
According to American Military News, the plan calls for a commission of most major city departments to lay out the plan over the course of the next year.
Members of the Minneapolis City Council shared a copy of its resolution titled “Declaring the intent to create a transformative new model for cultivating safety in our city” on Friday.
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