BLACK LAW ENFORCEMENT SPEAK AT UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW ON RACISM & HUMAN RIGHTS

“In January, 2015, the United States will undergo a ‘Universal Periodic Review’ of its human rights record at the...

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What Policing Looks Like To A Former Officer

Ronald Hampton worked in law enforcement in Washington, D.C., for 23 years, first on the street, and then as...

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The Need for US Attorney General Eric Holder and US Attorney Preet Bharara to act on Police Criminality in New York State

The killing and subsequent investigation of Eric Gardner, like many other deaths at the hand of NYPD and other...

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No More Politics when in comes to Oversight and Accountability of NYPD- We have lost too many lives!

Now that the Medical Examiner’s office report is clear that Eric Garner death was a result of the illegal...

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Black Law Enforcement Organizations Denounce NYPD Commissioner Bratton

  Reported by www.blackwestchester.com Black Law Enforcement Organizations from throughout New York State, which included The Grand Council of...

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We can No Longer play “Politics” with the lives of Black People over Police Criminality

Over the past few decades New York Black Law Enforcement organizations have been on the front line addressing the...

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Police must Answer for Crimes against People of Color

Incidents of questionable police shootings and conduct are on the rise throughout the nation, particularly as it relates to...

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Ex-LA Cop Brian Bentley on Dorner Manifesto: ‘Not Only do I Believe it, but I Lived it

Brian Bentley, 49, doesn’t agree with what Christopher Dorner — the ex-cop at center of a massive manhunt for...

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Gangs in Our Community- Together We Can Make a Difference by Anthony C. Mitchell

It is very discouraging to find that our County and City leaders feel that that trying to turn the...

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Legacy of Christopher Dorner case: rekindled distrust, resentment of police

When ex-cop Christopher Dorner pursued his fatal vendetta against Los Angeles Police Department, his cause resonated with some in...

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Governor Cuomo Should NOT Play POLITICS with OVERSIGHT and ACCOUNTABILITY of Law Enforcement at Election Time

As a national organization of Black Law Enforcement Professionals we are requesting the Governor Cuomo VETO the two pieces...

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Who’s policing the police? Why no one tracks police use of deadly force

by Donovan X. Ramsey The family of Miriam Carey, the 34-year-old woman who was shot to death outside the...

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BLACK LAW ENFORCEMENT SPEAK AT UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW ON RACISM & HUMAN RIGHTS

“In January, 2015, the United States will undergo a ‘Universal Periodic Review’ of its human rights record at the United Nations...

by - August 19, 2014

What Policing Looks Like To A Former Officer

Ronald Hampton worked in law enforcement in Washington, D.C., for 23 years, first on the street, and then as a community...

by - August 13, 2014

The Need for US Attorney General Eric Holder and US Attorney Preet Bharara to act on Police Criminality in New York State

The killing and subsequent investigation of Eric Gardner, like many other deaths at the hand of NYPD and other police departments...

by - August 5, 2014

No More Politics when in comes to Oversight and Accountability of NYPD- We have lost too many lives!

Now that the Medical Examiner’s office report is clear that Eric Garner death was a result of the illegal chokehold applied...

by - August 2, 2014

BLACK LAW ENFORCEMENT ORGANIZATIONS AND VICTIMS RESPOND TO PBA PRESIDENT LYNCH INFLAMMATORY RHETORIC

As Black Law Enforcement Professionals, we are outraged over the inflammatory remarks of NYC PBA President Pat Lynch. Mr. Lynch has...

by - August 21, 2014

The Militarization of Police over Community Policing

What has happened to the image of the law enforcement officer who is sworn to protect and serve? A child does...

by - August 21, 2014

Most Police Don’t Live In The Cities They Serve

In Ferguson, Missouri, where protests continue following the shooting of a teenager by a police officer this month, more than two-thirds...

by - August 21, 2014

What Policing Looks Like To A Former Officer

Ronald Hampton worked in law enforcement in Washington, D.C., for 23 years, first on the street, and then as a community...

by - August 13, 2014

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