Unarmed professionals will now respond to non-criminal police calls in San Francisco to reduce ‘police confrontations’

San Francisco Mayor London Breed said in the coming months, professionals would respond to non-criminal calls instead of officers. The move is part of a four-part plan to limit police confrontation. It comes after weeks of protests following the death of George Floyd, where protesters have called for defunding police departments and increasing community services.   Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Police will no longer respond to non-criminal calls, San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced as part of a set of policies to address structural inequities. 

“San Francisco has made progress reforming our police department, but we

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