Overseas network, June 5 - George Freuds violent death triggered protests in the global ferment, the Minneapolis City Council said it will dissolve the citys police department, in this regard, the local mayor said he supports the police department in-depth structural reform, but will not completely abolish the organization.
According to Fox News, Lisa bender, President of the Minneapolis City Council, and several other members promised to completely change the way the city maintains public security at a time when Freuds incident is getting worse. Bender said, we are committed to disbanding the police station and replacing it with a new and transformative public security model. Bender said she envisions replacing traditional police departments with a broader, more holistic public security sector to better prevent violence and provide community services.
In response, the mayor of Minneapolis, Jacob Frey, responded that the new vision of the members of the City Council was not clear at present, and he supported in-depth structural reform of the Department, but would not completely abolish the institution.
Bender said that maybe the reform and change of the police force will not come soon, but they will intensify negotiations, we need more in-depth and broader dialogue for such a large-scale work.