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Black, Latino and Female Officers Use Less Force than Whites
May 20, 2021
“When I got the paper, I literally at one point said, ‘hot damn,’” says Phillip Goff, a behavioral scientist at Yale University who wrote a commentary on the study published in the same issue. “I was a skeptic about demographic reform previously, and now I am a convert.… Demographics reform in policing actually has the potential to dramatically change behavior.” ... read more »
“The MisManagement of Anger Management” (part 2) “The Opening of the Second Seal”
August 15, 2019
Success On “The Way”... Ask Dr. Jeanette Parker! ... read more »
Assemblymember McCarty Applauds Assembly Budget Action to Establish Independent Investigations of Officer Involved Shootings
May 31, 2018
Similar laws requiring the independent investigations of officer involved shootings are currently in place in the states of Wisconsin, New York, Illinois and Connecticut. ... read more »
US Attorney General starts forums to address tragedies
August 11, 2016
Attorney General Loretta Lynch says will be a series of forums to improve communication between police and the community ... read more »
Black People Will Never Get Justice Until We Change The Law Enforcement Bill of Rights
July 14, 2016
Police officers throughout the State of California and several other states across the country are protected and have greater rights than any other citizen ... read more »
LAPD Class Graduates Among Tragedy
July 13, 2016
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck called for the country to have a dialogue that does not break down along racial lines ... read more »
Compton Holds Rally to Protest Rash of Shootings
June 1, 2016
Due to a spate of shootings in Compton that have left 19 dead so far this year, a “Compton Watch: Take Back Our City” rally was held on May 26 in Gonzalez Park to address the recent rash of shootings. ... read more »
Relatives of 2 killed by Chicago police question shootings
December 29, 2015
Grieving relatives and friends of two people shot and killed by Chicago police said Sunday the slayings raised concerns about why officers "shoot first and ask questions later," saying the city failed residents even as a federal civil rights investigation has begun scrutinizing police practices. ... read more »

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