Police Brutality

Fighting Police Abuse in New Orleans

Malcolm Suber, AFSC Project Director in New Orleans, discusses efforts to enlist the Dept. of Justice in the struggle to confront police abuse in New Orleans.

Action Pak: Bias Free Policing Across Vermont

Bias-Free Policing (BFP) is a set of criteria for law enforcement officials to follow when establishing reasonable suspicion or probable cause, while investigating a potential crime or misdemeanor. These criteria serve to ensure that no person will suffer discrimination due to factors unrelated to the incident under investigation. Currently, however, few Vermont law enforcement agencies have adopted such criteria. Without BFP policies, they lack guidelines to prevent discriminatory policing and fail to define consequences for acts of police discrimination if they do occur.

Planning meeting for Oct 22-National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality

Sunday, October 10, 2010 - 4:00pm

Discussion and planning meeting for
 
OCTOBER 22
NATIONAL DAY OF PROTEST TO STOP POLICE BRUTALITY, REPRESSION AND THE CRIMINALIZATION OF A GENERATION
 
You should take part in the October 22nd events in your area because -

**You want to help create the most powerful, most visible protest possible on a national basis

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