Biden to suggest spending B to combat crime, rent extra cops

Biden to suggest spending $37B to combat crime, rent extra cops

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President Biden will journey to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Thursday the place he’ll define his plan to stop violent crime and rent extra cops.

President Biden will go to Wilkes College the place he’s anticipated to name on Congress to spend round $37 billion on his anti-crime program. The cash would come with $13 billion to assist communities throughout the nation rent and practice 100,000 cops over 5 years.

Senior Biden administration officers outlined elements of Biden’s proposal forward of the formal announcement. They stated his plan can even embrace $3 billion to assist clear court docket backlogs and resolve instances involving murders and weapons. The president additionally desires to make use of $15 billion to create a grant program that might fund concepts for stopping violent crime or making a public well being response to nonviolent incidents, aimed toward decreasing the burden on regulation enforcement.

The remaining $5 billion would assist applications meant to cease violence earlier than it happens.

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Biden to suggest spending B to combat crime, rent extra cops

President Biden speaks in Los Angeles. 
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Biden’s proposal comes as Republicans are attempting to achieve leverage in November’s midterm elections by portraying Democrats as unwilling to confront crime.

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Police tape is pictured at the scene of a crime in Chicago. The Democrat run city is one of the most violent in the nation.

Police tape is pictured on the scene of a criminal offense in Chicago. The Democrat run metropolis is without doubt one of the most violent within the nation.
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“Tomorrow you’ll hear President Biden drive a transparent distinction with congressional Republicans,” a senior Biden administration official stated. “You’ll hear him define how he and Congressional Democrats have funded the police and brought motion to combat crime.”

A New York City police logo is seen on an officer's uniform.

A New York Metropolis police brand is seen on an officer’s uniform.
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After talking at Wilkes-Barre, the president is predicted to attend a fundraiser for the Democratic Nationwide Committee in Philadelphia earlier than he heads to his personal dwelling in Wilmington, Delaware, for an extended weekend.

The Related Press contributed to this report.