The Intercept spotlights the difficulties of decertifying violent police; Illinois abolishes cash bail; Alabama cops unjustly tase a high school band director; and more!
This week, we highlight the story of Kenneth Chamberlain and how his family’s decade-long fight for justice underscores the necessity of ending qualified immunity.
A federal judge upholds Arizonans’ constitutional right to film cops; a Black Chicago officer fights racist policing; legal experts question Washington’s police surveillance tactics; and more!
Tony Timpa’s family gets their day in court; Illinois abolishes cash bail; federal lawmakers reintroduce a bill to end police brutality; and more!
TIME examines the impact of George Floyd protests; Minneapolis unveils a promising new public safety plan; California and Washington uphold the rights of incarcerated individuals; and more!
Civil rights advocates continue the push for federal police reform; criminal justice experts slam Cop City; San Antonio arrests officers who unjustly used deadly force; and more!
The DOJ exposes systemic racism in the Minneapolis Police Department; the NYPD’s interim commissioner gets called out for excessive force; California gears up to decertify thousands of cops accused of misconduct; and more!
Atlanta activists unite to stop Cop City; a Brooklyn community redefines public safety; a new survey reveals the toll of police violence on Black mental health; and more!
Aderrien Murry’s family seeks justice; East Buffalo shows up for public safety; Black lawmakers urge Congress to address police reform; and more!
George Floyd’s family reflects on his legacy; Nashville stands firm for public safety; California high schoolers confront Antioch’s police chief; and more!