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GSUPD has been working with Israel through the GILEE program since 1992 and has yet to pull out from it, even after the highly-publicized human rights violations from the Israeli Police Force. Photo by kobbydagan on depositphotos.com

Israel and the militarization of Atlanta’s police

  • The APD has created a significant disconnect between the public and the police.
  • GSUPD has been working with Israel through the GILEE program since 1992 and has yet to pull out from it.
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