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Handle Serious Incidents Swiftly, Openly, and Neutrally


When serious incidents occur, including those involving
alleged police misconduct and those that have the
potential to damage community trust or confidence in
the agency, agencies shall communicate with citizens and
the media swiftly, openly, and neutrally, respecting areas
where the law requires confidentiality. Policies should state
what types of information will be released, when, and in
what situation, to maintain transparency.
(Adapted from Action Items 1.3.2 and 2.2.5 from the
Presidential Task Force on 21st Century Policing final
report)

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Opportunity for a New Approach to Public Safety in St. Louis

An open letter to Mayor Lyda Krewson from Rebeccah Bennett and Zachary Boyers, Co-chairs of Forward Through Ferguson, on the public safety opportunity in front of our region. Click here to download a pdf of the open letter. Mayor Krewson, The retirement of Police Chief Sam Dotson represents a new day for public safety in St. Louis….

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Know your new rights

Know the new rights secured by recent legislation to municipal courts and government, namely 2015 Missouri Senate Bill 5, which is now law.

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