More than one thousand people are killed by police every year in America 

Nearly sixty percent of victims did not have a gun or were involved in activities that should not require police intervention such as harmless "quality of life" behaviors or mental health crises.


2015 was no different. The police killed nearly 100 people, on average, each month in 2015. This must stop. We must end police violence so we can live and feel safe in this country.


We can live in an America where the police do not kill people. Police in England, Germany, Australia, Japan, and even cities like Buffalo, NY, and Richmond, CA, demonstrate that public safety can be ensured without killing civilians. By implementing the right policy changes, we can end police killings and other forms of police violence in the United States.