OTHER WORDS FROM militarizemil·i·ta·ri·za·tion, nounre·mil·i·ta·ri·za·tion, nounre·mil·i·ta·rize, verb (used with object), re·mil·i·ta·rized, re·mil·i·ta·riz·ing.un·mil·i·ta·rized, adjective
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Real-time crime centers, by taking technology tested overseas and deploying it domestically, represent a less obvious example of militarizing local police departments.
In San Diego’s fiscal year 2022 budget, Mayor Todd Gloria separated the city’s Office of Homeland Security from its Police Department as part of a wider effort to de-militarize the city’s emergency response.What’s Changed – and What Hasn’t – for Policing in San Diego|Sara Libby and Jesse Marx|July 22, 2021|Voice of San Diego
As part of a larger effort to de-militarize emergency responders and improve relations with communities of color, San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria released a list of proposed police reforms and public safety priorities last week.An Overlooked Piece of Gloria’s Policing Proposals Could Have a Big Impact|Jesse Marx|April 15, 2021|Voice of San Diego
The border was once heavily militarized, a symbol of the decades of sectarian violence that scarred the island.Northern Ireland Is Experiencing Its Worst Violence in Years. What's Behind the Unrest?|Billy Perrigo|April 9, 2021|Time
Some leftists see the war as a U.S.-backed pretense to militarize Mexico and stifle activism.2012 Will Be a Decisive Year in Mexico’s Deadly Drug War|Larry Kaplow|January 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST