Category: law enforcement

Supreme Court Eases Path for Discrimination Claims in Job Transfers

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a female police sergeant from St. Louis, making it easier for workers to pursue employment discrimination claims related to job transfers. The court sided with Sgt. Jatonya Clayborn Muldrow, who alleged she was reassigned to a less prestigious role within the St. Louis Police Department because of her gender.

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DOJ Inspector General Exposes Critical Failures in Federal Prisons Leading to Inmate Deaths

A scathing report released by the Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz unveiled a disturbing pattern of operational and managerial deficiencies within the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), shedding light on the alarming rate of inmate deaths. The report, covering the years FY 2014 through FY 2021, scrutinizes 344 deaths in BOP institutions and points to a multitude of issues, notably suicides, homicides, accidents, and a concerning number resulting from unknown factors.

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Black Social Media Users React to Deputy Shooting of Distressed Black Woman

The “white lady walks into the police station, and then shoots it up and still is alive.” Also, “she called for help and ended up dead. My gosh, our system is jacked.” Black people, “we must wake up. What we have here is classic case of a Klansmen disguised as someone who is supposed to protect and serve.”

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