created "Trayvon's Law," a series of legislative policies that aims to "end racial profiling, repeal stand your ground
laws, form effective civil complaint review boards to provide oversight of police misconduct, improve training for community watch groups, mandate law enforcement to collect data on homicide cases involving non-whites, and address the school to prison pipeline," NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Jealous explained in a statement according to AllHipHop
"What happened to Trayvon Martin
must never happen again," Jealous said according to Jet Mag
. "Trayvon's Law will serve as the foundation for community advocates as they work to end laws and practices that contributed to his death and to create new policies that will prevent further tragedies."
The NAACP will push "Trayvon's Law" at the local, state, and federal levels. The organization's Florida State Conference will be working to immediately enact the law in Florida, AllHipHop
reports. The organization is also urging states across the US to adopt the law.