From KPBS: “The realities in San Diego County mirror those nationwide. In January to March 2022, police in the United States have shot and killed an average of three people a day, and just 44% of them were white, according to the nationwide advocacy organization Campaign Zero’s Mapping Police Violence project.”
From the Washington Post: A panel that includes people from local law enforcement, the federal government, and community leaders. The discussion is centered around how they are responding while also working to strengthen police accountability and improve public trust.
From Patch NEW YORK CITY — Three people died after staying in New York City’s jails in the week after a judge approved a last-ditch plan by city officials to avoid a federal takeover of Rikers Island, according to advocates and reports.
From Minn Post The “All Safe: Transforming Public Safety” report highlights a set of recommendations for policing and public safety in metro areas to reduce police violence among all populations. The plan looks at specific cities, like Ithaca, N.Y., and Brooklyn Center, and draws recommendations for cities.