Help Stop Police Brutality

I was impressed with the meeting at the Urban League, Plymouth MN; people brought up great solutions, started their own organizations and were serious about this. It was inspiring.

We need your signature, and much more!

The Proposal: The Committee for Professional Policing has worked out a method to hold individual police officers responsible for their own conduct, in a manner similar to doctors, nurses, and other professionals who hold our lives in their hand. Officers would be required to carry liability insurance which would cover conduct that is willful and in violation of the law or police policy. The city could pay the base rate of the insurance premiums, but officers would have to pay any increases in their premiums due to their personal history. Too many claims or other evidence of risk would cost the officer extra, an effective form of discipline. Consistently brutal cops would become uninsurable, and could therefore not continue on the Minneapolis police force.

For more information on the petition: cfppmpls.wordpress.com

If you want to get things done, then we need action; no more talk or just marching.

Contact information: cfppmpls@yahoo.com or call Campaign Coordinators Eric Schiltz 612-715-8784 and Eric Bauer 612-384-0277

Have you been beaten or abused by police?

Communities United Against Police Brutality: http://www.CUAPB.org

24-Hour Hotline: 612-874-STOP (612-874-7867)

Meeting place: 4200 Cedar Avenue South in Minneapolis.

August 28th @ 6:00pm, Solidarity rally for Mike Brown; Hennepin County Government Center

For more information go to https://facebook.com/events/436259379846318/?ref_dashboard_filter=calender

Disrupt┬áMass Incarceration “Take The Power Back”

Featuring former inmate activist Manu Lewis, former inmate Nick O, with poetry by Sol ‘Rebel’ Ras.

Saturday Aug 23rd, 12:00pm

North Regional Library,

1315 Lowry Ave N Minneapolis MN 55411

In the upstairs “North” conference room.

Childcare and refreshment will be provided.

 

 

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