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Atlanta is looking at more public safety reforms

Atlanta is looking at more public safety reforms

The Atlanta City Council will consider legislation during Monday’s meeting to establish a Public Safety Commission tasked with providing recommendations for public safety reforms in Atlanta (Legislative Reference No. 21-R-3441). The commission would be comprised of community stakeholders, including members from law enforcement, fire and emergency response, the judicial system, and other experts in public safety. The Council will also consider legislation to authorize the issuance of general obligation bonds in the amount of $4 million to be used for the construction and equipping of an emergency medical services micro station in Southwest Atlanta (Legislative Reference No. 21-O-0258). A public…
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