UNITED STATES

A movement to fight freedom, liberation & justice.

UNITED STATES

United States taxpayers are asked to foot a costly bill to maintain a complex system of policing. The United states spends $348 billion annually on federal, state, and local spending on policing, courts, corrections, the FBI, and Department of Homeland Security.

That is more than mass transit & rail, affordable housing & urban development, fire services, and libraries, combined.

United States taxpayers are spending $955 million a day on ineffective police services.

LOS ANGELES

$7.9 Million

per day are spent by the Los Angeles residents on
police services.

The city of Los Angeles spends 53.8% of taxpayer dollars on funding the police. That’s a cost of $5.38 billion.

This is more than the tax dollars spent on public transportation, road maintenance, libraries, and fire services combined.

Los Angeles residents are spending $7.9 million per day on police services.

FY 2020 Approved

General funds for all costs, all unrestricted funds

Total Operating Budget
$5,304,500,000

FY 2020 Approved

General Fund for departmental costs only, restricted & unrestricted

Total Operating Budget
$6,569,749,538

MINNEAPOLIS

38%

over of taxpayer dollars on funding, the police
are spent in the city of Minneapolis.

$544,000

per day is what Minneapolis is spending on
police services.

The city of Minneapolis spends just over 38% of taxpayer dollars on funding the police. That’s a cost of $1.13 billion dollars.

This is more than the tax dollars spent on affordable housing, children’s services, fire services, public health, workforce development, and water combined.

Minneapolis is spending $ 544,000 per day on police services

FY 2020 Adopted

General Fund

Total Operating Budget
$519,350,000

FY 2020 Approved

General fund for all costs, all unrestricted funds

Total Operating Budget
$5,304,500,000