In three separate votes, the council approved all of the proposals on the agenda.
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The only policy to be immediately implemented was a change to the city's 911 dispatch protocol.
The city council voted to begin routing mental health and other non-violent calls for service to the city's fire department and paramedics.
A long term plan for non-police response services will be voted on later when staff comes back with potential models to choose from.
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They also voted to direct city staff to move forward on several other items, including preparing a compendium of all mental health resources available to APD, revising APD use of force policies, establishing protocols for requesting non-police response and drafting a ballot initiative that could be presented to voters in 2022 to decide on creating a civilian police oversight board.