Rallings says police department numbers too low for community policing push

By , Daily Memphian Published: January 05, 2021 5:00 PM CT

In the discussion with Memphis City Council members Tuesday, Jan. 5, the police director said he can’t carry out plans of a city task force to reopen several community policing centers given the pandemic. He got immediate pushback from several council members.


Memphis Police Department community policing Memphis City Council Michael Rallings Jamita Swearengen

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