Commission The Black Community Commission to hire and supervise Black Community Liaisons!

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Preamble: Whereas probable cause has been used as a loophole for violating the rights of Black citizens as guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment as a fundamental right under the Constitution, and whereas the governmentally-funded police force has killed Black Men in the highest numbers, disproportionate to those of any other race and gender in the Country,

 SECTION 1: Let the first contact with the Black community be between a Black Male Community Liaison Interventionist (paid Black Men who live in Oakland and other areas with Black populations), trained by experienced professionals (as determined by the Black Community Commission), duly sworn to uphold the law, with the power and duty to defuse potentially hostile situations; refer citizens to relevant community services; and report any and all interactions between police and civilians in the Black Community; to be reviewed by the court and any potential Grand Jury.

SECTION 2: Let the Community Liaison Interventionist be appointed by The Black Community Commission, made up of the authors of this petition, as well as citizens from respective United States communities, appointed by the Czar of The Black Community Commission and the Czar of The Black Community Commission shall be appointed by The Black Community Commission, the Community Liaison Interventionist having equal pay to police officers.

 SECTION 3: Let the Community Liaison Interventionist receive status equal to that of government-sanctioned police officers, exempt from arrest by said police officers, unless and until a warrant is issued by a Superior Court Judge.

 SECTION 4:  Let The Black Community Commission receive Measure M, Measure Y, Measure Z and/or other Federal or State funding.

Sub-SECTION A: 25% share of said measure funding and 10% increase in funding when adopting SECTION 1

Sub-SECTION B: 10% increase in future local government funding and 5% increase in funding when adopting SECTION 2

Sub-SECTION C: 5% increase in police funding and 2% increase in funding when adopting SECTION 3

 SECTION 5: As this is an emergency, this law shall go into effect 31 days after passage.

 



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