“Enforcement of this code is utilized as a means to minimize the risk of impairing the peaceful enjoyment as well as the health and safety of OHA residents and their guests from others whom have no lawful business to be present on the property,” she said in a statement. “Put simply, OHA residents and their guests deserve the same protection from trespassers as any other families in Oakland living in privately owned property.” … [Read more...] about Suit: Oakland housing police misuse loitering law, issue citations for no reason
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[email protected] are back! Girls in grades 5 to 8 are invited to experience the serious fun of learning without the pressure of formal grades, putting them in contact with ways of thinking, seeing, and doing that challenge them to reflect deeply and think critically. This no fee program will be filled with activities that promise to inform, engage, and entertain participating students while they make new friends. Join us on Saturday, March 14 from 9:00 a.m. to Noon. for the spring session on the Sacred Heart campus, 265 Benham Street, Hamden. … [Read more...] about Sacred Heart Academy Offers Pi Day Program For Middle Schoolers
"They [military] train militants here and then the militants carry out attacks in my country and other countries of the world. With PTM's emergence as a movement, the military can no longer operate with impunity to do that and their so-called business has been faced with difficulties," he added. … [Read more...] about Prominent Pakistan Rights Leader Still In Custody Despite International Criticism
Anyone interested in a career in law enforcement is invited to attend the Kalamazoo Valley Law Enforcement Training Center Career Fair on Wednesday, March 4 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. at the college’s Groves Campus located at 7107 Elm Valley Dr., Kalamazoo. Seventeen police agencies as well as the Michigan Department of Corrections will be on hand to meet with attendees and discuss job opportunities. … [Read more...] about Kalamazoo Valley Community College to Host Three Job Fairs in March
Here’s how we did it: Reporters Shelly Bradbury, Saja Hindi, Kirk Mitchell, Kieran Nicholson, Elise Schmelzer and, Sam Tabachnik kept two spreadsheets throughout 2019 where they listed each instance of police violence as it happened. One spreadsheet tracked the agency involved and the outcome of the situation and then pinned the information on a map. The map was embedded in every story about a police shooting. The second spreadsheet was more detailed, including information such as race and ethnicity of those involved, whether or not the victim was armed and the types of police calls that preceded shootings. That database was maintained by reading district attorneys’ decision letters and law enforcement reports and by watching body camera footage when it was available. Reporters also interviewed families of people who were shot, attorneys who represented those families, police chiefs, police officers, district attorneys and experts on police use-of-force. … [Read more...] about We tracked every police shooting in Colorado last year. Here’s what we learned.