National Police Support Fund Launches “The Facts About Defunding Police” Project

National Police Support Fund Launches “The Facts About Defunding Police” Project

ALEXANDRIA, VA – National Police Support Fund, a national political grassroots organization, launched an awareness campaign and project highlighting the facts about defunding police. National Police Support Fund brings together Americans from all walks of life united under the banner of respect and support of our nation’s law enforcement officers. The organization is committed to promoting the interests and well-being of American police officers within the public policy process through grassroots political action, and the call to defund the police is one of the greatest issues facing law enforcement at this moment. 

“During this unprecedented upheaval against the police, many lawmakers and elected leaders are looking at the possibility of ‘defunding police,'” Executive Director Simon Lewis commented. “Although there is no clear definition of what defunding police looks like from city to city or state to state, there are facts about defunding that citizens everywhere should be aware of. It is a serious issue to even deliberate on defunding police departments.” That is why National Police Support Fund created their Facts About Defunding Police resource page, which can be found here: https://nationalpolicesupportfund.com/facts-about-defunding-police/.. 

The organization will continue to provide free resources and updated information to their grassroots supporters and on their website. An awareness campaign is planned for the next month, and will include a large social media campaign and video covering the facts on defunding police.  

“We should not assume that politicians are going to do what’s best for everyone rather than bow to the loud but few activists that are calling for the complete dismantling of law enforcement. Citizens need to understand what is at stake the long-term implications behind these knee-jerk bills progressive politicians are trying to get passed,” continued Mr. Lewis. 

National Police Support Fund will continue this project to raise awareness and build support for police officers within the political process. To stay up to date and get involved, visit https://nationalpolicesupportfund.com/

National Police Support Fund is a national political organization organized under Section 527 of the IRS Tax Code. Contributions made to National Police Support Fund are not tax-deductible. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.

Contact National Police Support Fund:

Simon Lewis
Executive Director
(571) 364-6520
media@nationalpolicesupportfund.com

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