Pack City Hall For #De Audre Phillips Again!

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Solutions Not Punishment Coalition - SNaP Co. says
We Cant Stop. We wont Stop.

This Monday, City Council will vote on a groundbreaking Police transparency ordinance ordinance 16-O-1412, which would require the Atlanta Police Department to release tapes related to police-involved murders to the community within 48-72 hours. This Ordinance is part of a Criminal Justice Reform Package for justice for #DeAundrePhillips

This is the result of people power!
On Tuesday, community members took over the City Council Public Safety Committee meeting, controlled the debate, and forced elected officials to act on legislation they have failed to pass for over 7 months.

City Council meetings are open to the public. Meet us there and tell City Council to VOTE YES!

Who is DeAundre Phillips:
DeAundre Phillips – also known as Dre Dre - was a 24-year-old father to a five-year-old daughter, a beloved son, grandson, and friend who was murdered by a plainclothes Atlanta Police officer outside the Public Safety annex building.

Why City Council?
Last year, City Councilman Kwanza Hall introduced a criminal justice reform package to City Council, that if passed and enforced, Ordinance 16-O-1412would require the Atlanta Police Department to release tapes related to police-involved murders to the community within 48-72 hours. In a situation like this, where an Atlanta police officer murders a member of our community, taking them away from their family, friends, and loved ones forever, the criminal justice reform package would ensure transparency on the part of the Atlanta Police Department.

Link to the ordinances included in the #DeAundrePhillips Criminal Justice Reform Package is below:
Link to Ordinance 16-O-1412: bit.ly/policetransparency
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By: Solutions Not Punishment Coalition - SNaP Co.

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