I am genuinely asking, because I have watched and read a bunch of things from people who want to abolish the police, and I still don't have any idea what their answer is to the question of who will respond to/investigate crimes if there are no police. Trevor asked the question, and was basically told that since the police can't prevent murder, they aren't any good at solving crime anyway. Trevor made a bit of a joke about people investigating their own crimes, but the question is a good one, and I haven't seen anyone answer it. It's always a deflection of some kind. And I don't even mean just murders or rapes (which are always referenced). What about domestic violence? Bar fights? DWIs? Theft? A lot of crimes which affect a lot of people, and which no one has managed to say (anywhere I have found) how the abolish police folks plan to deal with those issues, which are part of human nature, and frankly, are universal among all the races and socio-economic classes. If anyone has seen something where this question is seriously addressed, I would really appreciate being directed toward it.