Police reform gained from Breonna Taylor’s settlement
Black lives matter protests all over the nation and the loss of African American lives brings police reform
LOUISEVILLE, Kentucky — A comprehensive police reform is gained from the murder of Breonna Taylor. The price for this settlement included a 12 million dollar settlement.
During a police drug raid, Taylor lost her life, as she was shot in her own apartment. In the 911 call made from Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, he reported to the police and said,”Somebody kicked in the door and shot my girlfriend.”
The police reform includes more regulations for police departments. Some of these are community related police programs, housing credit programs for officers, search warrant reforms that requires a Commanding Officer to review and approve, and police accountability reforms including a tracking use of force incidents.
Still none of the officers involved have been charged with any crime related offenses.
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