Cops protest “Quota System”

https://youtu.be/zGeZiWOeGIc June 5th 2020 Former officer of the Auburn Police Department in Alabama, Justin Hanners says ... "I became a police officer to protect my community and serve people. Not to bully and harass in order to generate revenue. I was horrified when I found out I had a quota of a certain amount of … Continue reading Cops protest “Quota System”

Atlanta “ends” Cash Bail requirements

(Activists celebrate the passing of a new law that exempts bail requirements on certain misdemeanor offenses.)   On Tuesday, February 6th, 2017, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, signed an ordinance Tuesday that eliminates the Municipal Court’s cash bond requirement for certain low-level offenders who otherwise would be forced to sit in jail due to being … Continue reading Atlanta “ends” Cash Bail requirements

Tennessee Civil Asset Forfeiture Challenged by Nalini-Global

On 10/17/2017 , the Metro Nashville Council, held a meeting on resolution RS2017-920- Shared Equitable Program  This bill proposed that assets seized during police activities that are to later be sold would be divided up between local police departments and the federal DEA.  On the surface, it would appear that this bill is simply creating … Continue reading Tennessee Civil Asset Forfeiture Challenged by Nalini-Global

Kentucky Police Department tests the 4th Amendment

To: Paducah Police Chief, Brandon Barnhill-  bbarnhill@paducahky.gov From: Nalini-Global- Naliniglobal@yahoo.com  The Paducah Police Department of Kentucky has recently launched a new initiative known as the, "Lock it or Lose it" campaign. Officers will now be encouraged to conduct sweeps around the city to check vehicles parked on public property, to see if they are properly … Continue reading Kentucky Police Department tests the 4th Amendment