Tell Your MA State Senator: Vote Yes on Police Reform!

Police violence is gun violence—93% of people killed by police in Massachusetts die by gunshot.


Tomorrow, the Massachusetts State Senate is voting on SB 2800, crucial legislation that will establish a statewide oversight committee with the power to independently investigate officer misconduct and revoke officer certification when necessary. The police reform bill also includes a series of other reforms, including establishing clear standards for the use of force by law enforcement to ensure that force is used only when absolutely necessary, banning the use of chokeholds, ending qualified immunity for officers, and encouraging the implementation of community-based crisis intervention alternatives to policing alone.


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