Tuesday news roundup

One year ago today, George Floyd was murdered by a Minneapolis police officer.

The Seattle Times and Crosscut discuss what has changed for policing in Seattle following George Floyd’s murder.

MyNorthwest looks at how the Seattle Pride parade is deciding whether SPD officers will be invited to participate.

The Seattle Times reports that former SPD Chief Carmen Best warned against abandoning the East Precinct last summer.

MyNorthwest covers the City Council’s transfer of SPD’s 911 call center to the new Community Safety and Communications Center.

The South Seattle Emerald discusses the Domestic Workers Standards Board’s recommendations for improving protections for domestic workers.

PubliCola reports that the city has finally released funding for its “street sinks” program.

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