@9QF26N4Arts Party answered…2wks
They should still keep on funding the police but needs to be on high alert if there is a corruption within the services.
@9HNV42BNick Xenophon Team answered…1mo
No, there should be police reform to ensure incidence of police brutality is reduced
Funding should be decreased and used to for social and community based programs
@9HMBKTNKatter’s Australian Party answered…1mo
No - increasing funding will allow for greater effectiveness and the reduction of issues used against the police
No, and fund those programs as well
No. Police and social community programs should work together with more training and funding for all.
@9Q674SDLiberal Democrat answered…3wks
Hapoy with current system
No, but cut some funding.
@9PL59RHNick Xenophon Team answered…4wks
Police should be demilatarised. This does not entail a funding reduction, but more money should go to social and community programs
Fund and train both better
Yes, but police should still have sufficient funding and resources to do their regular job and tasks.
I don’t think we need to replace the police but change how they are funded and what there responsibilities are and find different jobs to replace those responsibilities that shouldn’t be placed on the police
@9KGFX6WSocialist Alliance answered…1mo
Achieving a fair balance between police funding and social and community based programs is key.
No increase funding for training and initial screening/assessment of suitability for someone to become a police-person. This needs to be in all police departments in all communities.
@9J6HYMJDemocratic Labour answered…1mo
No, increase training for police to equip them with more non-violent solutions and techniques
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