TALLHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida Legislative Black Caucus unveiled a major effort to reshape policing in Florida on Tuesday.
It’s a 16-bill package that comes after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis by police.
The bill is focused on improving trust between police and the people they serve.
It tackles everything from no-knock warrants to requiring body-worn cameras.
House Democratic Leader Bobby Dubose contended too many communities distrust police and it’s time for change.
Those who sponsored the bill said it won’t include measures to defund the police.