Protecting public safety doesn't mean sacrificing civil liberties
Racial profiling, selective enforcement must end.
Good police practices, thorough training, carefully crafted policies, and appropriate allocation of resources in law enforcement can ensure public safety and prevent abuses in encounters between police and other law enforcement officers and the public.
Unfortunately, across the nation and here in San Diego and Imperial counties, patterns of racial profiling, the selective enforcement of laws against people of color, and disturbing traffic- and pedestrian-stop policies have resulted in a disproportionate effect on communities of color and poorer communities.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 29, 2019 Media Contacts: Zakiya Scott, 704-277-8025, firstname.lastname@example.org Elizeth Virrueta, 626-848-1193, email@example.com Daisy Vieyra, 916-824-3266,... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 23, 2019 Media Contacts: Zakiya Scott, 704-277-8025, firstname.lastname@example.org Daisy Vieyra, 916-824-3266, email@example.com SACRAMENTO – Today, the California Senate Public Safety... Read More
By Jonathan Markovitz SAN DIEGO – When 42-year-old Fridoon Rawshan Nehad was shot and killed by a San Diego police officer four years ago, his grieving family wanted answers. But California’s secretive public... Read More
By: Lizzie Buchen @LizzieBuchen As a nation, we must address the brutal reality and deadly consequences of police violence. We have seen far too many people, particularly Black and brown people, killed by police. We... Read More