Cities Are Realizing It’s Time to Stop Calling the Police on Homeless People
“I’m constantly wasting time having to worry any time I see police officers drive by, or they stop at the park and see me,” said one homeless man in LA.
Here's What's in the 'George Floyd Justice in Policing Act' the House Just Passed
Among the Democrats' sweeping proposals, prosecutors would no longer have to prove that an officer’s misconduct was done “willfully.”
D.C.’s Bad Cops List Is Shrouded in Secrecy—and Could Be Impacting Criminal Cases
Documents from federal prosecutors in Washington, D.C., uncovered by a FOIA lawsuit, raise new questions about a secret list of cops accused of misconduct.
Police Turned Richmond Into a War Zone Last Night
“I never thought I'd wake up one day & see the state capitol I write laws in look like the West Bank under occupation,” wrote state delegate Ibraheem Samirah.
The NYPD Cop in a Viral Chokehold Video Has Been Suspended Without Pay
The incident comes a week after the New York City Council passed a law making it a criminal misdemeanor for an officer to use a chokehold during an arrest.