Police Shot Her Brother. Now She's Fighting for Justice
Police in Jamaica kill three people a week with impunity. But one woman, Shackelia Jackson, is determined to get justice for her murdered brother.
Amid Reports of Widespread Rape by Police, Kenyan Women Seek Justice
Sixty-five Kenyan women say they experienced sexual violence at the hands of state security agents last fall. Now, survivors are turning to activists for help in the harrowing task of reporting the police to the police.
Police Officers Fired After Leaving Voicemail Wishing Child 'Gets Raped'
The Avon and Somerset Constabulary police officers accidentally left the message on a phone belonging to the child's mother.
It's Not Illegal for NYPD to Have Sex with Someone in Custody
While sex is prohibited between corrections officers and the prisoners they’re charged with guarding, there is no law prohibiting such conduct for police in NYC. One councilman wants to change that.
White Cop Convicted of Fatally Shooting Teen Daughter's Black Boyfriend
After three mistrials, a jury convicted former Oklahoma police officer Shannon Kepler of manslaughter for the death of 19-year-old Jeremey Lake in 2014.
For Activists, Kenneka Jenkins' Case Shows How Law Enforcement Fails Black Girls
“This story is one that we have heard too many times before. Black girls go missing all over this country, and even internationally, and action is not taken quickly enough."
'Drunk Consent Is Still Consent' Claims Lawyer in Police Sexual Assault Case
The complainant testified that three Toronto police officers assaulted her as she lay immobile in a hotel room. The defense says her story "makes no rational sense," arguing that "she would have said to the taxi driver just take me home."
Rapists Can Be Forced to Pay for Victims' Medical Exams, Colorado Court Rules
Though the state already sets aside funds for rape kit exams, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that convicted assailants can be charged for costs associated with the tests.
Hundreds of High School Students Groped During Illegal Drug Search, Suit Alleges
Nine hundred students at a Georgia high school were allegedly invasively searched without a warrant or probably cause in a four-hour, school-wide sweep for drugs.
Why Everyone Thinks They Know the Truth About JonBenét Ramsey's Murder
With "Casting JonBenét," Kitty Green doesn't rehash the facts of JonBenét Ramsey's murder or offer answers, but offers a new look at our cultural obsession with the case.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
The Ongoing Trauma of the Muslim Students an Undercover Cop Spied on For 4 Years
A new documentary, "Watched," examines the story of an undercover NYPD officer who spent four years infiltrating a group of Muslim college students—and the harrowing psychological effects on two young Muslim women who had to live under such invasive...
Aviva Stahl and Jeanne Theoharis
When Domestic Violence Victims Call Police for Help—and Get Evicted Instead
When Rosetta Watson called 911 she expected police to help protect her against her abusive ex-boyfriend. Instead, due to the city's "chronic nuisance ordinance," the two phone calls she made prompted her eviction.
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