Social Workers Respond to 911 Calls Instead of Police | Weekly Security Digest
Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum, a Republican, declared a civil emergency Thursday and announced a curfew near the arena where Trump plans to hold a campaign rally on Saturday.
The mayor of Albuquerque, New Mexico, announced that some 911 calls would be addressed not by police, but rather unarmed social workers, as he said he would create a new department to address such situations.
A statue of George Washington, the first president of the United States, was toppled by protesters and draped in a burning American flag in Portland, Oregon, on Thursday evening.
A news crew from Fox's Seattle affiliate shared a video Wednesday from earlier this month of protesters verbally and physically attacking them after law enforcement officials abandoned the East Police Precinct.
Some police officers in the Atlanta Police Department are reportedly continuing to call out sick in protest of Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard’s decision to file felony murder charges against former officer Garrett Rolfe.
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