We are facing a critical juncture in how we address public safety in Los Angeles and across the country. Our crime rates are higher than they have been in a decade, and at the same time, our eyes are being opened to vast injustices faced by our neighbors every day.
This pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives, from our jobs, businesses and schools, to our families, communities and relationships. This destabilization has contributed to soaring crime rates, especially violent crimes and homicides. Still, Los Angeles is considering, and moving forward with, drastic public safety cuts.  ...

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