Law Enforcement Accountability Act

Law Enforcement Accountability Act

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Mohammed Maarouf and Trevor Mitchell started this petition to U.S. Senate and

        With the death of beloved citizen George Floyd, Americans have been utterly disgraced with the treatment and handling of a man who did not even have the opportunity to be detained. African-American oppression and violence have been rooted in many of the assaults and attacks made by police officers all over the entire nation. However, while no charge can make up for such loss of life, it is critical to assess the factors that made this happen in the first place and eliminate them to prevent loss in the future. The officer responsible for such injustice, Derek Chauvin, was reported over 17 times by citizens complaining about his aggressive behavior and overall irresponsible nature. Had the US had a policy set in place to make sure that officers like Chauvin were not on the street arresting citizens, the quality of law enforcement officers would be much better, and fewer instances of police brutality would ensue.

        This is why, In honor of George Floyd, under the proposed “Law Enforcement Accountability Act” all police officers with a certain number of reports of incited violence in the past will have to get judicial permission from court to continue their job as a police officer. After approval, these officers must go through a specifically oriented academy that makes sure that hands-on violence, assault, and brutality are not to be used on unarmed and innocent civilians.

        We must make sure that citizens like ourselves are pursuing action in a country built on the foundations of democracy and “equality”. The former and latter cannot exist without the due diligence and passion of every human who seeks a fight against the oppression of minorities and power-abusing officers who roam the country.

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