IMG 2789Amid protests against police brutality and violence, nine police departments in Sonoma County have agreed to evaluate their use of force policies. But protesters are also demanding that local cities divert funding for police departments to housing, mental health, and other community services. KRCB’s Adia White reports.  
 (Image: Protesters gather outside of Santa Rosa City Hall to deliver letters and talk with Police Chief Rainier Navarro)
Read Rubin Scott's, NAACP Sonoma County Chapter Head, letter to Santa Rosa Mayor Tom Schwedhelm here.
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