Two Years After George Floyd's Murder, Biden to Sign Executive Order on Police Reform
The White House called the move "historic" in a press release, but the new executive order does not go as far as the major police reform Biden promised during his election campaign
Biden to issue policing order on George Floyd death anniversary -media reports
WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden is set to issue an executive order on Wednesday directing federal agencies to revise use-of-force policies as the United States marks the two-year anniversary of the police killing of George Floyd, the Washington Post and other U.S. media reported. The order, which the Washington Post said Biden would sign on Wednesday, will create a national registry of
Biden expected to mark George Floyd murder anniversary with policing executive order
President Joe Biden is set to sign an executive order directing federal law enforcement agencies to revise policies for use of force and create a national registry to track law enforcement officers who are sacked for misconduct.
2 Years After George Floyd’s Murder, POTUS To Sign Executive Order On Federal Policing
Two sources told CBS News that the executive order will include sections on establishment of an accountability database of officers fired for misconduct, a ban on chokeholds and a restriction on no knock warrants at the federal level. Anti-bias training is expected to be included as well.