Police Abuse

Jury Acquits, Thanks Officer Accused of Kicking Unarmed Suspect in Head

September 15, 2017

Police whistleblower Michael Wood says without civilian control, police abuse will continue to go unchecked

More Black Cops Are Saying Community Control of the Police is the Answer

July 1, 2017

TRNN talks to Black law enforcement including a Baltimore police chief as well as local leaders over the growing calls for communities to govern the police that serves them

Baltimore’s Corrupt Policing Destroyed Ivan Potts’ Life, How Can the City Fix It?

May 24, 2017

Potts was arrested illegally twice and spent four years in jail for crimes he didn’t commit, advocates are pointing to his case as an example as to why the city needs a formal process for helping victims of police abuse by Taya Graham and Stephen Janis

Community That Halted Murders Plans to Sue Over Ongoing Police Abuse

December 19, 2014

Residents of Baltimore’s Rose Street Community say they are pursuing legal action against systemic police abuse, even while they have stopped murders in a 77 block radius for months


May 1, 2013
A massive student demonstration raises demand to end economic policies created under Pinochet Dictatorship