Tag Archive: Police Community Relations

Apr 07

Black & Blue pt. II – Town Hall Forum on Policing – Thursday April 16 – 5PM @ Dudley Library

RSVP Via Facebook Black & Blue pt. II Examining the Relationship between Communities of Color and the BPD Town Hall Forum on Policing Topics: – State Legislation – City Proposals – DOJ Investigation – Police Misconduct – Police Killing Of Civilians – CO-OP – Civilian Review Board – IAD Process – Police Decertification Info Session …

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Oct 29

Press Conference @BPD HQ re: Police Brutality 10/28/10

Press Conference @BPD HQ re: Police Brutality 10/28/10 from Jamarhl Crawford on Vimeo. Ongoing coverage at Blackstonian.com

Oct 29

Boston Police criticized for rough arrest

(NECN: Josh Brogadir, Boston) – Several community leaders are criticizing Boston Police officer for being too rough during the arrest of a teen in Roxbury. The perception among some community leaders is that dialogue is not open with police. They want these officers suspended without pay. A call to prayer followed the call for change …

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Oct 29

Community Leaders Hold Press Conference Outside BPD Headquarters To Address Videotaped Police Beating of 16-year-old

One surefire way to rile activists is to beat a teenager in plain sight, and tell witnesses that they can’t record the free-for-all. Needless to say, more than a few folks are furious in the wake of news that Boston Police Department officers jabbed and kicked a 16-year-old inside a Roxbury Community College building this …

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Sep 02

Photos: BPD – Operation Hoodsie Cup spotted in South Street Projects

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Jul 08

Oscar Grant Trial: Oakland Protestor Looks Back & Speaks out (Why I Engaged the Police)

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May 12

Task Force studies chill between teens and MBTA

When Waldy Nova sees an MBTA cop approaching, he says, several scenarios run through his head. “I automatically assume I’m going to get talked down to, searched, arrested or kicked out of the station,” he says. Nova knows his experience is not unique. He knows because he has witnessed numerous altercations between MBTA officers and …

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