Gov. Brian Kemp (R-GA) reaffirmed his support for the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center in Georgia during his State of the State address, even as opponents continue to stop the facility they have dubbed “Cop City” from being built.
Kemp, speaking before a joint session of the Georgia General Assembly on Thursday, expressed how “safety and security” have been a “top priority” for him since he took office and thanked Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens and other officials for working with him to combat crime.
“While the mayor and I come from different political parties and don’t agree on everything, we do agree on the importance of reducing crime and keeping our citizens safe,” Kemp said. “Bipartisan majorities of both chambers, the mayor, and myself all agree on the critical need for the completion of the Atlanta Public Safety