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war comes home

ACLU’s Report on Police Militarization Finds Weapons and Tactics of War Used Disproportionately Against People of Color

war comes home

Report Shows Injustice, Suffering, Caused by SWAT Teams Deployed for Low-Level Police Work, Not Crises   NEW YORK – After obtaining and analyzing thousands of documents from police departments around the country, today the American Civil Liberties Union released the

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ACLU of New Mexico Condemns APD Spying on Protesters, Files Public Records Request for Surveillance Data

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ALBUQUERQUE, NM—The ACLU of New Mexico issued strong condemnation of the Albuquerque Police Department today following revelations that undercover officers from the department’s criminal intelligence unit had attended last Saturday’s demonstration to gather intelligence on protesters. This morning The ACLU of

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New Mexico Has Little-Known For-Profit Prison for Immigrants; ACLU Investigation of Such Prisons Reveals Abuse, Inhumane Conditions

Report Shows Federal Bureau of Prisons Incentivizes Mistreatment, Shields Immigrant Prisons from Scrutiny   ALBUQUERQUE, NM – The Cibola County Correctional Center in Milan, NM, is one of the 13 little-known CAR (Criminal Alien Requirement) prisons for immigrants in the

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ACLU-NM Executive Director Peter Simonson at the APD Forward campaign launch press conference.

“APD Forward” Campaign to Reform Albuquerque Police Department Launched

ACLU-NM Executive Director Peter Simonson at the APD Forward campaign launch press conference.

  Community-driven campaign will press for sustainable APD reforms   ALBUQUERQUE, NM—Today, Albuquerque community leaders and a broad spectrum of New Mexico-based organizations announced the launch of the APD Forward campaign, a community-driven effort to hold the City of Albuquerque

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Customs and Border Protection Releases Deadly Force Report and Revised Use of Force Policies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 30, 2014 CONTACT: Rachel Nusbaum, 202-417-7547, [email protected] WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Customs and Border Protection released a report on the agency’s use of force policies and practices completed over a year ago by a respected independent

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