LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – The Metro Council Public Safety Committee unanimously passed a proposal Wednesday to severely limit and monitor no-knock warrants in Louisville.
The proposal now heads to the full Metro Council for a vote on June 11.
“It needs more,” Activist Adrein Taylor said. “It can go in the right direction, but I need justice. If there’s no justice, there’s no peace.”
A call for the end of no-knock warrants, but does the Metro Council have the power to do that?
In other states, the order comes from the police department itself or the state.
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