From ACLU of Northern California <[email protected]>
Subject ICYMI: Here's how to decertify abusive police
Date June 7, 2023 4:00 PM
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Learn how to take the badge from cops who commit serious misconduct.

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Last week, we held a training to teach the community how to use California's new police decertification law to take abusive cops off the street. Read our FAQ, watch the recording, and learn how police decertification works. <[link removed]>

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This law is a powerful tool to hold police accountable, but if people don't know about it, it won't reach its potential. That's why we put together a resource to explain how to report officers for decertification and what happens once you submit a complaint.

Take a look, and share this information with anyone you know who has suffered from police misconduct. <[link removed]> Police who abuse their power should lose their badge, full stop.

In solidarity,

ACLU of Northern California

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