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New Law Demands De-escalation, Not Abandoning People in Crisis
Some law enforcement agencies in Washington are dangerously misinterpreting a new law.
AAPI Heritage Month: Reflection and a Call to Action
For organizations that serve AAPI communities, the work continues.
A note on Juneteenth
I believe in freedom, and I believe you do too.
In celebrating Juneteenth, don’t lose focus of the work ahead
Our country is more than 150 years removed from slavery, but the fight continues for true liberation
Police oversight at a crossroads: The next challenges in community-led change
We need to understand brought us here and how that history will impact our next steps.
Will body cameras help end police violence?
The evidence on whether body cameras are an effective tool are mixed at best.
School Resource Officers: When the Cure is Worse than the Disease
Do we need police in schools?
Police Oversight in Spokane, Washington
This post describes models of civilian oversight and the duties of the OPO and OPOC in Spokane.
Police Accountability and Inquests in King County: Representing families calling for a fair and transparent process
This blog examines endeavors to make a robust inquest process, a tool for holding police accountable
A Message from our Executive Director Regarding the Derek Chauvin Verdict
Accountability is not justice. There is much work to be done.
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Protest Rights and Safety Center
Stay safe and know your rights.
Restraint and isolation in Washington schools
What they are, how they are being used and what needs to change to protect WA's kids