Take Action to Pass the Justice in Policing Act

Join the growing number of Americans calling for reform of police tactics by adding your name as a citizen co-sponsor of the Justice in Policing Act.

Across the country, people of all races and backgrounds have stood up to say enough of the senseless and intentional taking of Black lives. House and Senate Democrats are responding to the demands for justice with a broad package of actionable reforms to ensure that the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others move us toward historic policing reforms.

Will you add your name to the growing list of citizen co-sponsors supporting this critical legislation to:

  • End the use of chokeholds

  • Establish a National Police Misconduct Registry

  • Demilitarize local police departments 

  • Ban no-knock warrants for drug-related offenses

  • Create flexibility in the standard for prosecuting violent officers

This is an important next action in the fight to stop these unjust policing tactics that have been over-implemented in Black communities across the country. The lives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Eric Garner, Sandra Bland, and Michael Brown continue to matter today. Now you can sign on to help ensure that this time is different... this must end now.



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