What “defund the police” really means

It’s not as radical as it sounds.

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Among those protesting police brutality in the US, there is a slogan that’s taken hold: “defund the police.” The key idea is a push to move the billions of dollars we spend on police in the US, to social services and other public spending. The disparities between policing budgets and those of other city agencies are massive. And while defunding the piece might sound radical, it’s a policy activists have been talking about for decades. For some, it can mean reforms that simply lessen the police role in society, while for others — the slogan is a call to abolish the system and create something new entirely.
These ideas have all converged into the popular “defund the police” slogan, and the renewed energy around the movement is working.

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Phillip Atiba Goff is a leading scholar on law enforcement and race. He’s a psychologist and CEO of the Center for Policing Equity (CPE), a think tank that collects and analyzes data to better understand police behavior and fight implicit bias. He tells Michel Martin how CPE is working in collaboration with law enforcement and communities to help make policing less deadly and less racist.

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The killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have ignited protests around the world. Those protests have dominated news coverage. But when it comes to communicating the protests’ scale, character, and purpose, a lot of that coverage falls short.

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Steven talks about why the government has a responsibility to step in and protect its citizens.

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