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Eliminate Punitive Impounding of Vehicles

In the event of arrest, municipal courts shall allow owners
of legally-compliant vehicles a reasonable number of
hours to have their vehicle moved by a licensed and
capable driver in lieu of impounding the vehicle as a
punitive measure. Penalties associated with immediate
impoundment are disproportionately burdensome on
poor and impoverished residents and are not essential to
municipalities’ public safety or justice interest.

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FTF Co-Chairs and Community Partners Call for Swift Policy Action

Residents Call for Policy Change, Regional Leaders Must Rise to the Challenge Forward Through Ferguson co-chairs, Rebeccah Bennett and Zachary Boyers, and 30 community partners call on policy and decision makers to deliver swift action on Ferguson Commission Calls to Action.  Read the full statement on Medium, or download a pdf here. “Unfortunately, we’ve been…

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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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