Texas Police Chief Says City In ‘Dire Crisis’ After Defunding Effort

Texas Police Chief Says City In ‘Dire Crisis’ After Defunding Effort

The interim police chief for Austin, Texas, said recently the city’s law enforcement is in a “dire crisis” in the wake of the left’s defunding effort.

Speaking during a luncheon with city residents, Police Chief Joseph Chacon said 911 response times have slowed to an average of 20-30 minutes and lamented the homicide rate has reached a level “we’ve never seen here before,” according to The Center Square.

Chacon’s clarion call comes nearly a year after the Austin City Council voted unanimously to cut $150 million from the police department’s budget, reinvesting the cash elsewhere, The Texas Tribune reported.

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Source: Faithwire

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