Trump signs executive order on police reform

Trump signs executive order on police reform

International Desk (ChannelTT): US President Donald Trump is going to sign an executive order to reform the police force. The order gives a direction on how the police will treat blacks or others. The US president will sign an executive order on police reform on Tuesday, local time, Reuters reported.

Top officials in the Trump administration say training and mental health issues have been added to make police members aware of racism.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. The protests demanded the cancellation of police allocations and the abolition of the force. Trump warned against establishing "law and order" by cracking down on that movement.

At one point, in the wake of the protests, Democrats introduced a bill to reform police in Congress. Several state and city authorities reined in the use of police force. Conservative President Trump is set to sign an executive order for "relatively soft" police reform in the wake of the events.

However, Trump has always spoken out in favor of using excessive force to suppress police brutality and anti-apartheid protests. There is a lot of criticism in the United States about the President's remarks. Democrats as well as many of Trump's Republican allies have been outraged.

The assassination of Brooks intensified on May 25, shortly after the death of George Floyd in a police brutality in Minneapolis, sparked protests around the world against racism.

Richard Brooks was shot dead by police around 10:30 a.m. local time on Friday night. The Fulton County Medical Examiners' Office declared his death on Sunday.

After an autopsy on Sunday, investigators said the 27-year-old was injured when two bullets hit him. He died of bleeding and loss of limb function. The method of his death was murder.