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Just hours after the Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard announced that they were bringing 11 charges against former Officer Rolfe Atlanta police walked off the job.
Officer Rolfe shot Rayshard Brooks after he resisted arrest and attempted to get away from police and shot a taser at the officer. Officer Rolfe was simply doing his job and now his life is in complete turmoil.
In support of former Officer Rolfe Atlanta police walked off the job after the announcement by the Fulton County District Attorney that they were filing eleven charges against Rolfe including seven felonies.
On Thursday while many officers did not report to work the few that did refused to leave their precinct.
“The department is experiencing a higher than usual number of call outs with the incoming shift. We have enough resources to maintain operations & remain able to respond to incidents,”
– Statement from Atlanta Police Department
While the Atlanta Police Department is claiming they have enough officers to respond, there has been reports of over 500 Atlanta’s 911 calls not being answered.
Across the country police officers face the uncertainty of going to work and doing the job they were trained for, potentially leading to criminal charges.
Leaders need to step up and do more to support the police who have worked tirelessly over the past several months through the coronavirus pandemic and riots.
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