Criminal Justice Reform
I believe the public should be able to trust law enforcement. Their job is to serve and protect everyone. Therefore we need to remove police bias, and strengthen the relationships with communities.
- Prevention is key.
- Lets end the schools to prison pipeline.
- The more community programs and resources to the people, the less crime.
- Let's make sure we aren't putting people in jail for being poor (sleeping on a sidewalk, not being able to afford cash bail).
- Let's look at why people are going to jail whats a classified as a criminal offense and should it be? (protesting, possession, etc.)
- If someone is in jail or prison andset to be released, are they recieving proper rehabilitation? Job training? Mental health care? We can't set people up for failure or the cycle will continue.
- Let's make sure police are trained on how to handle people with mental health issues and disabiltiies.
- Let's end no knock warrants, and warrants where police are bargging in on sleeping individuals.
- Let's hold police accountable by reviewing qualified immunity, body cam laws, and the blue code of silence.
- Help pass sensible gun laws to make our state safer.