Rank and file police officers in the United States are facing insurmountable pressure every day outside of the commands they take from their superiors. There is a growing movement by communities and politicians to increase police officer accountability. The demand for civilian police oversight boards has increased over the last few years in response to […]
Our series on Police Oversight Boards continues with a look at the qualifications and backgrounds of the members of these boards. Previously we covered what these boards are, their purpose, and their history. To summarize, these committees are intended to work on behalf of communities to review police actions in the interest of providing accountability […]
Voters in the City of Nashville decided on Amendment 1 which was one of six charter amendments on the November 6th general election ballot. Amendment 1 was watched closely nationwide as supporters of civilian police oversight boards saw the vote in Nashville as a bellwether vote. Other similar cities would view the result in Nashville […]
As part of our commitment to examine the issues that affect law enforcement officers and their relationship with the communities they serve, the American Police Officers Alliance is presenting the first in a series of articles about Police Oversight Boards. We’ll review what these agencies are and their purpose, as well as review their impact, […]
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