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Police Reform

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Police Reform Can’t Happen Behind Closed Doors

Here’s what we know: Sometime today, members of the Police Community Oversight Board — the 24-member panel appointed by Mayor Nutter to oversee police reform […]

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Jeffrey Lurie’s Brother-In-Law Alleges Rampant Racial Profiling by Radnor Police

Nick Lai was hired by the Radnor Township Police Department in May 2013. Just two years later, he’s no longer employed by the department, and […]

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My 10-Step Plan for Emancipation From Police Brutality

Municipal police departments, as they are now known, began as slave patrols. In fact, the first official one started in 1704 in the Colony of […]

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Camden Police Chief Wants Officers to Use Violence Less Often

The chief of Camden County Police has always had a mission of reducing violence in the community, but now he’s choosing a novel way to […]