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 @9H8BWVC from Texas answered…18hrs18H

Yes if you hold every officer accountable for their actions we would have no more officers and police on non police viol...

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 @9H8TDTB from Texas answered…13mins13m

No, but reform the police to be what they are supposed to be, true, unbiased defenders of public safety

 @9H8SD3HProgressive from Kansas answered…34mins34m

For drugs such as marijuana or mushrooms but harder drugs should be charged with whatever is decided

 @9H8RZQ5 from Ohio answered…41mins41m

No, however, only in the case that they are proven to be physically a danger to others and cannot be transported at that...

 @9H8RLT7 answered…48mins48m

No, but if they were misled about the law by their department then it's said department which should be liable.

 @9H8QD8CLibertarian from Virginia answered…1hr1H

Yes, but only if they are now out by completing their sentences and yes if they are on parole/probation.

 @9H8P8S3 from Arkansas answered…2hrs2H

No, but I do think that there should be some funding in social and community based programs. Just not any taken out of l...

 @9H8P6SLLibertarian from Florida answered…2hrs2H

They should be allowed to use military grade equipment but with proper training and only in response to extreme situatio...

 @9H8P6SLLibertarian from Florida answered…2hrs2H

The funding for local police should be increased and training should be implemented to allow them to more effectively re...

 @9H8NVBR from North Carolina answered…2hrs2H

depending on the circumstances, but if something calls for a police department to need these materials, with the right,...

 @9H8NBX7 from Michigan answered…2hrs2H

No, but only because it is sometimes used to protect the confined inmate from other inmates. We need to implement altern...

 @9H8MP2MRepublican answered…3hrs3H

To fund those social and community based programs, divert funds from defunct or ineffective programs.

 @9H8M7L4 from Florida answered…3hrs3H

Yes, but not for repeat offenders, and only in very specific circumstances and they must perform community service on a...

 @9H8M3QL from Pennsylvania answered…3hrs3H

Yes, but i think that a small part should be redirected so that the police still have funding and those programs can do...

 @9H8J9RM from Wisconsin answered…11hrs11H

No, dealers should be given harsher sentences, and addicts/users should be given mandatory rehab and mental health couns...

 @daylenbrunson from Washington answered…12hrs12H

It depends on severity, but murder or crimes involving children. they should not be allowed to vote in that case

 @9H8HH46 from Washington answered…12hrs12H

We should evaluate whether the area and it's crime percentage and asses whether or not a situation is dangerous enough t...

 @9H8HDVD from Indiana answered…12hrs12H

I don't think funding should be taken away from the police departments because if they have no funding going towards the...

 @84ZWD6LIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…14hrs14H

Yes, in cases of driving or operating machinery under the influence or violent crimes committed while under the influenc...

 @9H8C3HS from Washington answered…18hrs18H

the police should protect people, especially in places with high crime rate. However, they shouldn't be allowed to abuse...

 @9H8BRSN from California answered…18hrs18H

No, but we need to re-evaluate the way our police force handles conflict, and if paying for new training will do that th...

 @9H8BLCX from California answered…18hrs18H

I think law enforcement is necessary, but can be overused, and harmful in certain situations. I don't believe in defundi...

 @9H89WN2 from Colorado answered…19hrs19H

No, embed the social and community based programs in the police department and ensure a higher quality of training and c...

 @9H89KJX from Illinois answered…19hrs19H

Funds should be redirected in high crime and highly populated, low in come areas. It cannot be a blanket policy for ever...

 @9H8928K from Nevada answered…19hrs19H

Most of the funding should stay towards the police, but should also be enough to support community programs.