Los Angeles To Establish Unarmed Crisis Team For Non-Violent 911 Calls After Unanimous City Council Vote

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Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martínez announced the approval of a proposal to launch an unarmed crisis team to respond to non-violent 911 calls. 

On Wednesday, the LA City Council unanimously approved the measure, which will include partnering with a non-profit organization to implement the program, according to WRCB. The decision stemmed from the recent outcry for justice after George Floyd’s tragic killing in May.



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