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Black Law Enforcement Opposes FOP’s Endorsement of Trump

Blacks in Law Enforcement of America, USA is not surprised by the National endorsements of one of the Presidential candidates by the National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP). In our opinion and experience, the FOP has never been an organization that operated on behalf of African American Police Officers. This organization in the past has […]

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POLICE UNIONS REJECT CHARGES OF BIAS, FIND A HERO IN DONALD TRUMP

DURING THE FIRST presidential debate, Donald Trump answered a question about how to heal the country’s racial divide by boasting of his law enforcement endorsements. “We have endorsements from, I think, almost every police group,” he said, before rephrasing to “a large percentage of them.” Later in the debate, in response to a question about […]

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Wendell Griffen Chastises City of Little Rock’s Black Leaders On Police Residency Requirement Vote

“Yes, black people can be enablers and defenders of “deeply racist” thinking and policy-making.”   Judge Wendell Griffen is calling some of Little Rock’s most prominent black leaders “enablers” of a “deeply racist” system following a failed vote to require police officers to live in the city they have pledged to protect. The Little Rock […]

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Fewer Blacks Killed In Cities With More African-American Police Officers

A recent study by New York University sociologist Joscha Legewie and Columbia law professor Jeffrey Fagan revealed that African American police officers are less likely to shoot Black people than their White fellow officers. The idea to create the Fatal Encounters database of all deaths through police interaction in the USA since January 1, 2001 […]

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The Sex-Abuse-to-Prison Pipeline: How Girls of Color Are Unjustly Arrested and Incarcerated

Black and brown girls are first victimized and then punished, often in connection with sexual violence that has been perpetrated against them.   In 2014, President Barack Obama announced My Brother’s Keeper, a desperately needed initiative to create educational and economic opportunities for black and brown boys and men. In addition to My Brother’s Keeper, […]

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Congress Just Passed a Bill Addressing Police Killings While No One Was Looking

After watching nationwide protests unfold against police brutality, members of Congress did what they have seemed incapable of doing for years: something. A bill passed by both chambers of Congress and headed to President Barack Obama’s desk will require local law enforcement agencies to report every police shooting and other death at their hands. That […]

Blacks in Law enforcement will continue to express “ Black” as it refers to people of color that are law enforcement professionals. The emphasis is on the common experience and determination of the people of African, Afro-Caribbean and Asian origin that opposes the effects of the policies and procedures in the history of our Justice System, that are based on racial bias and disproportionality.
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