This briefing has ended. Click here for the latest updates. And to tell the truth that the Minneapolis police are not doing that. For activists who have been pushing for years for drastic changes to policing, the move represented a turning point that they hoped would lead to a complete transformation of public safety in the city. Officials in other cities, including New York, have begun to talk of diverting some money and responsibilities from police forces to social services agencies, but no other major city has yet gone as far as the Minneapolis officials promised to do. Council members said in interviews on Sunday that they did not have specific plans to announce for what a new public safety system for the city would look like.
Majority of Minneapolis City Council Pledges to Dismantle Police Department
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