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The Death of George Floyd has put a spotlight on police Unions in the United States of America.

Union backing[]

Police officers are shielded by Union agreements and Union-backed laws that limit transparency.[1]

A Minneapolis police dispatcher became so alarmed when she watched George Floyd’s arrest in real time that she called in a supervisor.[2]

“We have the cameras up for (squad) 320’s call, and… I don’t know if they had to use force or not, but they got something out of the back of the squad, and all of them sat on this man,” the unnamed dispatcher said in a call to the supervisor.[2]


George Floyd (Died May 25, 2020)

“Yeah,” the supervisor responded, “they haven’t said anything yet… just a takedown, which doesn’t count, but I’ll find out.”[2]

The city also released transcripts of two 911 calls from residents who watched Floyd’s death, the station said.[2]

“Hello, I am on the block of 38th and Chicago and I literally watched police officers not take a pulse and not do anything to save a man, and I am a first responder myself,” one caller said. “I just happened to be on a walk so, this dude, this, they f—–g killed him.”[2]

Dispatch information shows that the first supervisor to arrive at the scene was Sgt. David Pleoger, who got there 37 minutes after police first took Floyd into custody.[2]

Under Minneapolis police guidelines, an officer who uses force while on duty is required to notify a supervisor to respond to the scene.[2]

George Floyd protests[]

NYC Police forgot about Eric Garner until the George Floyd protests of 2020. After 6 years of waiting for police reform — the Eric Garner Anti-Chokehold Act was passed into law on June 12, 2020 (See New York City Police Department corruption and misconduct).


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