Protesters across the #US #LACounty #Sheriff has been deployed to keep the peace of all Citizens “I share in the nation’s outrage over the tragic death of George Floyd Police brutality is unacceptable” Sheriff Alex Villanueva #LawEnforcement @SCVSHERIFF

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A large mobilization ordered by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s goal is to maintain order and continue fighting the coronavirus.
Police brutality events are not acceptable, commented Sheriff Alex Villanueva.
Several students and citizens have protested throughout the country and the police forces have a great commitment to avoid riots and looting of businesses that are operating despite the pandemic.

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According to the United States Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation Criminal Justice Information System Division, the average rate of sworn officers is 2.4 per 1,000 inhabitants in the nation, which means LASD is running at almost 63% behind the national average. With the largest population and in times of crisis, this could prove to be a risky and dangerous standard. Proper funding equals proper staffing, both necessary for keeping peace and order during challenging times.

The Sheriff reiterated his invitation to members of the Board of Supervisors, to meet with him and discuss the LASD budget, concerning the entire Los Angeles County budget, to identify priorities and areas of savings. “How does public safety rate in the priorities of each member of the Board of Supervisors and the CEO’s office?” posed Sheriff Villanueva. “We’re going to work with the Board of Supervisors. We’re going to work with the CEO to make sure that we’re as effective and efficient as possible. However, we cannot perform miracles,” he said.

In response to the underfunding proposal and drastic measures necessary to accommodate it, Sheriff Villanueva announced a new attempt to reorganize the entire agency around a new budget, shrunk by 10% than the actual cost of running it. Despite impending alterations, the Sheriff has extended invitations to meet with the Supervisors and CEO to work together on behalf of the Los Angeles County Community.

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