After successfully exposing police misconduct & freeing Jamal Trulove from a wrongful murder conviction, our Policy Director, Kate Chatfield, speaks out from the trenches:
“People need to know about this and be made aware so that it doesn’t happen anymore. It reveals to the larger world how law enforcement officers can abuse their power and do so especially against people of color. The hope is that legislators will examine these cases and come up with meaningful reforms to both address those officers who abuse their power and to implement policies and procedures to prevent abuses.”
We are boundlessly grateful for Kate’s leadership, moral compass, & ferocious commitment to justice.
Read the full article by USF News here.
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