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“When communities don’t trust the police and are afraid of the police, then they will not and cannot work with police and within the law
David Kennedy, da Universidade John Jay, de justiça criminal, é especialista em relações entre a polícia e as comunidades. Ele diz que para curar as
“What you do get, when you get patterns of police misconduct, is it tends to be clustered and networked,” said David Kennedy
On April 17, three days before its courthouses closed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Wayne County Circuit Court launched a digital portal through which
FACTCHECK: Facebook post shared almost 9,000 times says a sheriff’s department is warning of criminal gangs are using children to lure women for rape. The
Woman Allegedly Held At Gunpoint In Home By Estranged Husband, Ex-Lover Over COVID-19 Stimulus Payment
“It’s an exceptionally challenging time right now — it’s unlike anything that most people have experienced, especially on this broad and deep a scale,” Rachel Teicher,
Reports of domestic abuse in three cities have dropped. But police and experts say that may be a problem… That’s why Rachel Teicher, director of
After nearly 15 years asking young people to put down their guns, Sekou and her “violence interrupters” are now asking youth to arm themselves —
Based on an extensive body of Australian research on patterns of domestic violence offending and reoffending, and in light of recent developments in responses to
Philadelphia will roll out GVI in West Philadelphia in April. “That model, which has been used in Chicago and Oakland, was used in Philadelphia in
The Assistant Chief says that this new model allows officers to identify and focus on the small groups of individuals who are actively engaged in