(Providence, RI) -- The Community Safety Act has a new name and less resistance from the Providence Police Department. The Providence Community-Police Relations Act is on the council docket Thursday night. The ordinance still prohibits police from relying on everything from race, ethnicity to housing status as a reason to suspect an individual has committed or is about to commit a crime. Other than the minor tweaks, the previous version of the ordinance remains largely intact. The mayor has said he will sign the ordinance into law if city council approves it.