Racism

Read: Denver Public Schools Wants to Give Safety Officers Ability to Ticket Students

Denver Public Schools Wants to Give Safety Officers Ability to Ticket Students

Denver Public Schools created its own armed police force after cutting ties with the Denver Police and phasing out 18 SROs.

Read: UNC Campus Safety Commission Disbands Over Disputes with Admins

UNC Campus Safety Commission Disbands Over Disputes with Admins

Six members of the commission, formed to improve community relations with campus police, said most of their recommendations haven’t been implemented.

Read: Bates College Implements New Security Plan to Ease Tension Between Students and Safety Officers

Bates College Implements New Security Plan to Ease Tension Between Students and Safety Officers

An investigation revealed issues and solutions to improve relations between Bates College students and campus security officers, including the creation of “live-in” positions.

Read: USC Advisory Board Urges More Oversight of Campus Public Safety

USC Advisory Board Urges More Oversight of Campus Public Safety

A review of USC DPS data found that stops of Black people accounted for 31.7% of all stops despite African Americans making up only 1% of the people around the Health Sciences campus and 12% of the University Park campus.

Read: COVID-19 Subsides, but Violence Escalates as Feds Predicted

COVID-19 Subsides, but Violence Escalates as Feds Predicted

A DHS memo issued in early 2020 warned of increased violence due to emotional, mental and financial strain exacerbated by the pandemic and social isolation.

Read: Black Officers at University of Washington File $8M Lawsuit for Racial Harassment

Black Officers at University of Washington File $8M Lawsuit for Racial Harassment

Five officers involved in the lawsuit describe ongoing racial slurs and open hostility directed at them.

Read: Mistrial of College Professor Leads to Questions Over DOJ China Initiative

Mistrial of College Professor Leads to Questions Over DOJ China Initiative

A Chinese professor has been cleared of espionage charges after the FBI couldn’t corroborate its claims that he was spying.

Read: 1 Arrested, 1 Injured During LGBTQ and Race Equity Debate at School Board Meeting

1 Arrested, 1 Injured During LGBTQ and Race Equity Debate at School Board Meeting

Some parents of students at Loudoun County Public Schools are fired up about school board’s proposed policy on the treatment of transgender students and how schools should teach about race.

Read: USC Safe Communities Institute Announces National Registry to Track Police Misconduct

USC Safe Communities Institute Announces National Registry to Track Police Misconduct

The USC Safe Communities Institute’s LEWIS (Law Enforcement Work Inquiry System) Registry is the first public database for police officer firings and resignations nationwide.

Read: FBI and DHS: Racially and Ethnically Motivated Attacks the Biggest Threat to U.S.

FBI and DHS: Racially and Ethnically Motivated Attacks the Biggest Threat to U.S.

The Strategic Intelligence Assessment and Data on Domestic Terrorism report shows 2019 was the most violent year for white supremacist attacks.

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