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  • Campaign Launch to Support Victims and End Qualified Immunity

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    Qualified immunity protects the police from civil liability when they violate an individual’s constitutional rights.

  • Activists want lawmakers to pass bills ending qualified immunity and other criminal justice reforms – WPTZ Burlington

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    From WPTZ Burlington MONTPELIER, Vt. — The Vermont Student Anti-Racism Network hosted the NAACP, ACLU, Campaign Zero and state representatives. They gathered to discuss their priorities for “crossover week,” the symbolic halfway point of the legislative session where lawmakers in the house and senate send bills to be voted on in the other chamber.

  • Cost of Police-Misconduct Cases Soars in Big U.S. Cities


    Report: The 10 cities with the largest police departments paid out $248.7 million last year in settlements and court judgments in police-misconduct cases, up 48% from $168.3 million in 2010, according to data gathered by The Wall Street Journal through public-records requests.

  • Police Indemnification


    When police indemnification is granted, damages are not paid by officers themselves, but instead by their municipal employers, or rather, taxpayer dollars. In an empirical study of indemnification practices, legal scholar Joanna Schwartz conducted a study published in the NYU Law Review which found that police officers virtually never contributed to settlements and judgment against…

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