Posts Filed Under: police carding
Community overwhelmingly wants the controversial police practice abolished, not regulated.
Black people have successfully demanded change from our politicians and police
While the Police Services Board didn't end carding, yesterday it took its first meaningful steps towards reform this term.
We take a look at carding's current status, and what it will take to end the controversial police practice.
Asked about carding and which community members he listens to, the mayor offers his defence.
The mayor has vowed to end carding, there are important lessons to learn from the debate about how and to whom we listen.
The mayor has changed his position on carding, the controversial police practice, in a Sunday press conference.
Before people bring up the idea of "playing the race card" in the debate over policing, we must first consider the history and context of what that means.
March held in support of Freddie Gray also raises questions about police conduct and carding.
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The proposal would allow police to document residents personal information without telling them why.
We look at the civilian police board's requested carding reforms, and what the police have actually delivered.
The police chief's quiet suspension of police carding is no remedy for systemic racism in policing.
It's not your job to defend racist police practices. It's your job to correct them.
A board-commissioned survey suggests officers are ignoring the new policy on stopping and questioning civilians.
The idea that systemic racism has victims but no beneficiaries is a lie we must confront and destroy.