No social police: a critique of Repression in the Frankfurt station district

the group of The Left in the Romans, has criticised the security head of the Department Markus Frank (CDU) and the police announced a tougher approach to the st

No social police: a critique of Repression in the Frankfurt station district

the group of The Left in the Romans, has criticised the security head of the Department Markus Frank (CDU) and the police announced a tougher approach to the station quarter. "The social problems in the station area will not be solved by repression. The problems of the people were exacerbated by the Corona-crisis, has also to do with the people of the city were left in the lurch,“ says the group Chairman, Dominike Pauli.

Catherine Iskandar

editor in the Rhein-Main-Zeitung.

F. A. to discuss, for example,

Instead of about how the police have to act, "we should talk about why people in a rich city like Frankfurt and sleep in the garbage or on the open road, your business must do". Pauli called for "social answers" to it, such as the Frankfurt way successfully recorded, could be. The increasing pressure on the drug scene resulted, in their view, the "progressive gentrification of the neighborhood ends".

health Department wants to no "social police"

Similarly, had spoken on Monday, the drug policy responsible head of Department Stefan Majer (Green). He said he wanted to offers no "social police", but still, to Drug addiction and out of Addiction. In addition, Majer sees gentrification as a Problem.

Updated Date: 02 July 2020, 08:19

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