During a town hall on MSNBC on Tuesday, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said there must be a “full rethinking and reshaping of the way that our police department does business” and improper behavior should be abolished, but “We don’t need to be abolishing the police.” And cities “including Minneapolis, need law enforcement.”
This needs to be a full rethinking and reshaping of the way that our police department does business that has, for decades, harmed black and brown people.”
He added, “But if we’re talking about just abolishing all law enforcement, no.
Cities around the country, including Minneapolis, need law enforcement.
We need to abolish the behavior.