The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star tweeted: “Right now it’s ok if a police officer in California breaks the law while on the the job.”
The 39-year-old added, “They cannot be sued for breaking the law.”
In a follow-up tweet, the law student said: “Please vote YES on #SB731 for sensible moderate police reform! This will just make police officers accountable if they break the law.”
The KKW Beauty founder also tagged California Assemblymen Anthony Rendon in the post. “Please we are calling for your leadership, @AssemblyDems and @Rendon63rd. #YesOnSB731,” Kardashian wrote.
Throughout the weekend, the reality star has been reposting information about the bill.
On Saturday, she retweeted a post from the Grassroots Law Project that said, “The Police Decertification Bill would establish a process to decertify abusive and racist cops [and] end qualified immunity in CA.”
Kardashian has been apprenticing for the justice reform initiative called #Cut50.
Her work, including famously achieving a presidential pardon for Alice Johnson, a first-time nonviolent drug offender with a life sentence, is shown on her Oxygen documentary “The Justice Project.”
“I think my journey of working with Alice Johnson really did set something off inside of me that I just couldn’t really look away,” Kardashian told Fox News in April regarding her documentary and criminal justice reform involvement.
Kim Kardashian is starring on Oxygen’s ‘Kim Kardashian West: The Justice Project.’ (Oxygen)
She continued: “I had worked with her first, but then when you … I just realized there’s so many more Alices out there that needed the help. I couldn’t just sit back and not do something.”
“Once I started to really get into it and meet a lot of people along the way, I just realized how many things were wrong with this system,” Kardashian added. “So many different areas really needed my help. So I just started to get into other projects. As it would go on, people would introduce me to more people and different situations. I just couldn’t really sit back.”