Replace Police Department Initiative – Minneapolis, Minnesota
Community Police Commission and Police Oversight Initiative – Cleveland, Ohio
Police Policies: Minimum Number of Officers and Training Initiative – Austin, Texas
Would permanently prevent police officers in New York from being hired for a new law enforcement position if previously dismissed or forced to resign for disciplinary reasons.
In Illinois, the state legislator rammed through House Bill 3653, a dangerous initiative to end cash bail and introduce so-called “police accountability” protocols. Of course, Democrat Governor Pritzker signed the bill into law shortly thereafter.
This all-inclusive police reform bill makes reasonable changes, such as requiring all law enforcement officers to wear body cams by 2025 and outlawing chokeholds, but it also makes sweeping changes to police training policies, restricts equipment officers can use, and makes it more difficult for them to detain or arrest perpetrators.
We need your help to STOP the spread of these unfair, prejudicial laws.
If you live in Illinois, use the Constituent Affairs Help lie at (217) 782-0244 and call your representative. Tell them to RESPECT police officers and give them the tools and training necessary to keep you safe! You can also email Governor Pritzer and tell him to stop giving in to radical leftist ideologies and stand up for cops!
In Maryland, myriad bills threaten to erode the capabilities of law enforcement officers. The following bills are currently being reviewed by the state legislature and risk being signed into law:
Let your voice be heard and contact your Assemblyperson at the phone number below, or if you don’t know who your representative is, look them up here! Tell them to stand up to extremist pressure and support law enforcement officers in the political process. We need to ensure police officers maintain their rights and immunities while doing their job.
Washington State, surprisingly, boasts bills that will offer additional training and protections to law enforcement officers. You can visit Washington’s Legislative Information Center here, or email or call the toll-free hotline at (800) 562-6000 and tell your representative to vote to protect police officers!