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Philadelphia Officers Are Illegally Searching Young Black Men’s Underwear

Philadelphia police officers have been stopping young Black men and illegally searching their underwear for years, according to the ACLU, which sued the city in 2011 over its stop-and-frisk policy. 264 more words

Politics

Black Lives Matter Fights Philadelphia Police ‘Stop-And-Fondle’ With Underwear

Black Lives Matter activists in Pennsylvania gave underwear to Philadelphia Police Department officers as part of their protest against cops’ “stop-and-fondle” practice Tuesday afternoon, reports  235 more words

National

Stop & Frisk

Sometimes when a dream occur it could be influenced by something that was the dream of a Hollywood director, production crew and actors. This time remnants of this dream played out just like a scene from Enter the Dragon where Jim Kelly had to teach some cops a lesson. 602 more words

Dream Journal

New Philly Stop-And-Frisk Report Shows 35 Percent Decrease In 2016

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The city released its latest report on the Philadelphia Police Department’s use of stop and frisk.

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said, “We still have a long ways to go, we fully acknowledge that, but we have made significant progress.” 288 more words

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CN April 27 2017

Two of Chicago’s most important journalists and researchers join our panel this week.

Mick Dumke and Alden Loury worked together years ago at the Chicago Reporter… 1,095 more words

Chicago Newsroom Past Shows

A popular psychology technique is being used to reform the prison system

The key to crime prevention may lie in a traditional therapy method.

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has become world-renowned for its impressive results in helping people change their behavior. 987 more words

Why The "Effectiveness" of Stop and Frisk Is Invalid

Supporters of stop and frisk often rely on the same argument: stop and frisk has positive results, so it is a good policing technique. This argument is found in an article titled… 432 more words

Police Reform