SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WTVO) — A survey of law enforcement in Illinois shows a majority say a police reform bill passed by the General Assembly last month will embolden criminals and threaten officers.

According to the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police, a total of 1,500 law enforcement officers statewide responded to a survey about the legislation, which is headed to Gov. JB Pritzker to be signed into law.

The bill was introduced by the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus in response to nationwide social justice calls for police reform following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last year.