Authorities: N.H. high school students who mockingly reenacted George Floyd’s death won’t be charged

Posted on June 7, 2020

Three New Hampshire high school students won’t be charged after a video surfaced online of them mockingly reenacting George Floyd’s death. The Kingston Police Department  Continue Reading »

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Minneapolis bans police bottlenecks after death

Posted on June 6, 2020

Minneapolis today agreed to ban police stranglings and require officers to try to apprehend any other officers they see using inappropriate force, in concrete first  Continue Reading »

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Landmark ruling deems employer liable for an employee killed by her partner while working from home

Posted on June 2, 2020

By: Madeline Hislop A recent court ruling has deemed an employer liable for an employee who was killed by her partner while working from home  Continue Reading »

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SDPD Chief Announces Immediate Ban on Chokeholds; Move Called ‘Historic’

Posted on June 1, 2020

By Ken Stone: Amid anti-police protests locally and nationwide, San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit on Monday announced an immediate ban on the controversial carotid  Continue Reading »

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SC laws protecting domestic violence survivors a complex system for victims

Posted on May 31, 2020

By: Sara Coello A lot went as expected when Paul Johnson was accused of beating and strangling his wife. York County deputies arrested him the  Continue Reading »

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