By: Sharon Aron Baron
After the incident in Minneapolis and subsequent protests since Coral Springs Chief Parry responded, saying the actions of those officers require them all to work harder to keep and grow the public trust.
“This is one of our core functions, and my department remains dedicated to that goal. I know you are aware that the Coral Springs Police Department is a professional, well-trained law enforcement agency. I assure you that what occurred in Minneapolis is not, in any way, shape, or form, acceptable in our department and community.”
Since riots broke out in Broward County and Miami over the weekend, Broward County has issued a curfew.
According to the city, residents are permitted to travel directly to and from their homes to their place of employment; otherwise, residents must remain home until the curfew is no longer in force.
No person is permitted to utilize sidewalks or streets for any purpose, except for active-duty police, fire rescue, first responders and medical, health care, and utility service personnel. Residents may walk their dogs and other pets within 250 feet of their residences. The issued order is for the safety and security of our residents and businesses.
The curfew is in effect Monday, June 1, 2020, until further notice. Effective each night from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.,
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