Police officers’ actions being questioned

Two different stories tonight, both questioning the conduct of police officers.  

In the first, posted at www.slate.com, the writer opines that the reason there are so many killings by police is because they are trained to be afraid of the public.  He says the “theory” is that officers must make high-pressure, last...

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September 20, 2017  Robin Kinderman
ferguson effect, de-policing, arrests, fundraising, splc, aclu, Black Lives Matter
Police officers’ actions being questioned

BLM, ACLU & NAACP push for Civilian Review Board

The city of Bloomington-Normal, IL may soon be getting a Civilian Review Board, according to an article posted on pantagraph.com.

The Bloomington chapters of the NAACP, ACLU and Black Lives Matter, along with others, are pushing to make it happen, claiming that another set of eyes is needed to keep police accountable. They go on to say...

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June 21, 2017  Robin Kinderman
aclu, naacp, blm, black lives matter, civilian review board
BLM, ACLU & NAACP push for Civilian Review Board