Act now to urge your members of Congress to enact meaningful federal reforms to prevent police violence. Congress is already moving to consider a legislative package. It is critical that it include the eight federal policing priorities JCPA and over 440 other civil rights organizations have endorsed.
Write to your Members of Congress TODAY to urge them to include our priorities in their legislation on police violence.
Tomorrow, June 10, the House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on policing practices accountability. Additionally, a bill addressing police violence may be debated and amended as soon as next week. We must act now to ensure that any legislative package passed includes meaningful reform to prevent police violence.
Millions of people around the world are taking to the streets to protest the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and the countless other Black men and women killed or abused by law enforcement. The Jewish community has an important role to play in speaking out for reform. The time is now to pass structural police reform to address these inequities.
Act now! Send a message to your members of Congress urging them to include in any legislative package eight federal police reform priorities, including on the use of force, police accountability, racial profiling, militarization, data collection, qualified immunity, and training.
There are no officials for you to contact on Twitter.
Headline Goes Here
Edit this message to tell users that can't take action because comments are closed how to contribute. For example, consider adding a link to a petition or donation page that you have created, or add social sharing options so that these supporters can help get the word out on social media.