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Idea: Fix it!

Kristen Lundy 16 days ago

why is it that the only time these impacted communities (black, brown & immigrants) see some of these officers are when they are being harassed and arrested? When I lived in a predominately white neighborhood here in Frederick you never saw police out and about. However, now moving and living in a more diverse community you are seen daily? Patrolling our streets, having 6 cop cars pulled up (one of which containing a K9...I know you are all aware of the history between the black community and k9 usage) in our neighborhood to remove 1 individual who was unarmed and not resisting? This does not make us feel safer. It makes us feel surveillanced at a much higher rate than our local white communities.

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