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 @9RDZDWJ from New York answered…11mins11m

Decrease police funding and increase funding for community based responders, mental health resources, and community reso…

 @9RDZCNP from Texas answered…14mins14m

Yes, but only after completing their sentences/probation and not if they are felons convicted of murder or violent crime…

 @9RDXL3J from Oklahoma answered…3hrs3H

Funding should be redirected from other programs to both police departments and social and community based programs to d…

 @9RDXG5V from Illinois answered…3hrs3H

No, any penalty that adds on the death penalty only encourages the criminal to kill to take away a witness to the crime.

 @9RDWGJP from Tennessee answered…4hrs4H

Increase funding and training in high crime communities and Add mental health professionals to their ranks, as well as r…

 @9RDW54Z from Utah answered…5hrs5H

Provide more trauma informed training to officers and take measures to support their mental health and wellbeing

 @9RDTRRW from Florida answered…6hrs6H

Reallocate funds for better police training in addition to funding non violent calls to he handled by community responde…

 @9RDTKSR from Michigan answered…6hrs6H

It should be dependent on the location, population, and overall crime rate and common crimes listed in individual commun…

 @9RDT92G from Wisconsin answered…6hrs6H

Yes, but also fund the police so they are equipped with the newest and best technology to handle violent crimes and enco…

 @9RDRLSX from Georgia answered…7hrs7H

Yes to an extent but we also have to have adequate funding for our police but I do agree there needs to a major criminal…

 @9RDQFKB from Texas answered…8hrs8H

Funding should be appropriately distributed between local police departments and social and community based programs.

 @9RDPNNH from Utah answered…8hrs8H

Increase funding for police but create police programs that help with the social and community side.

 @9RDPNDX from New Hampshire answered…8hrs8H

continue funding police departments but also create community based programs and shift a good portion of funding to them…

 @9RDNLPM from Connecticut answered…8hrs8H

The government protects you and gives you rights as long as you uphold your end of the bargain by following the law so,…

 @9RDMYQV from Texas answered…8hrs8H

Keep police funding the same, but add funding for social programs that unburden the number of duties currently required…

 @9RDL2TX from Louisiana answered…9hrs9H

Yes, but only after completion of sentence and completion of civics course if they want back the right to vote.

 @9RDKXM8 from California answered…9hrs9H

Yes but only for criminals who have not committed pre-meditated murder (unless the pre-meditated murder was in self-defe…

 @9RDKT8F from Arkansas answered…9hrs9H

Increase training funding and add unarmed community based responders for non violent calls alongside an officer.

 @9RDJ5GS from Colorado answered…10hrs10H

No. Funding for each should not be tied together, and funding for each should be determined by local municipalities base…

 @9RDG4ZH from Alabama answered…10hrs10H

Generally yes, unless the crime is related to vote-related treason or conspiracy to commit voter fraud, duplicating vote…

 @9RDF4QF from Texas answered…11hrs11H

No, but significantly defund the police, and focus on violent crimes rather than enforcing victimless crimes (which shou…

 @9RDD9QT from South Carolina answered…11hrs11H

Local community and social programs should be funded more but not at the cost of reducing the police budget

 @9RDC87V from Pennsylvania answered…11hrs11H

Social services and local law enforcement should BOTH be funded more. Police need more trauma based training. Talk to Du…

 @9RDBQX9 from Texas answered…11hrs11H

No, but funding needs to be redirected for peaceful training including de-escalation, community outreach and other non-v…