Candidate for City Council At Large
Yes. We are the only State who does not share this information. Accountability and Transparency are key to growing positive relationships among all communities with their public safety officials.
Need t to spouse or others should not automatically be up for grabs. Need to investigate this further. If the property was received as part of criminal behavior it should definitely be reviewed. Personal property that may belong jointly to spouse or other family members should not automatically be up for grabs.
Yes. Transparency will foster trust.
Yes. The job of a police officer is like no other. The stress, and the numerous situations officers face day in and day out for certain create challenges even for the strongest of individuals. Our officers should have access to resources that will help them, as well as prevent them from suffering the consequences of the work they do. They as well as their spouses, family and society can all benefit from mentally healthy officers.
Yes. This will give us a truer sense of accountability from all sides!
Yes. Transparency is very important in developing trust, as well as for accuracy and accountability. No one is above the law.
Yes. After what we saw transpire in our nation, we have to make changes.
Yes, end the aggressive tactics. No, because I believe we can have an Operation Safe Streets without the aggressive tactics.
Yes. Transparency will go a long way to start to heal the wounds surrounding public safety in and beyond the Wilmington Community.
Yes. Locking people up and filling our jails is not the answer. Substance abuse is an illness. We should try everything before locking someone who is ill.
I believe the most important steps we must begin to take is to rectify the sins of the past by implementing real change. We have more law abiding officers who protect and serve. There are officers who do not adhere to their oath. They have contributed to the distrust and ongoing frayed relationships among communities of color and beyond. So the time is now to engage in open communication, relationship building, and most importantly accountability.
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