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Why Oakland Should Cut Off ICE | East Bay Express
Under the traditional definition of human trafficking for forced labor, there have been no successful federal court prosecutions from Oakland in the past ten years, according to the Express' database search of court records. And under the expanded definition, there has only been one. In that 2009 case, owners of an auto glass store chain, which included a shop in Oakland, were convicted of "harboring" — of hiding their undocumented workers from HSI/ICE. But there was no indication that they transported undocumented immigrants or forced them to do labor.
Oakland  police  ICE  liars  trafficking 
20 hours ago by Quercki
Number of police officers taking sick days for poor mental health doubles in six years | London Evening Standard
Figures acquired under a Freedom of Information Act by 5 News showed the difference in the number of sick days taken by police across England and Wales between 2010-11 and 2016-17.

Overall, days off because of poor mental health rose by 98 per cent.

Forces had many different classification categories for sickness classed as "psychological", including stress, depression, anxiety, psychological disorder, family bereavement, post-traumatic stress disorder, insomnia, post-natal depression and trauma.
police  foieg  mentalhealth  dj  health 
yesterday by paulbradshaw
A Mexican Town Wages Its Own War on Drugs | The New Yorker
Late one night last January, in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero, a group of community policemen met in the courtyard of a friend’s house to discuss the murders, kidnappings, and extortion that had beset Olinalá, a remote town high in the Sierra Madre del Sur. Nearly all were indigenous farmers, and their skin was burnished by the sun.
drugs  police  drugTrade  mexico 
yesterday by Jswindle
Rassismus in der Polizei: Ein junger Polizist berichtet - Politik - jetzt.de
Ein junger Polizist spricht über Rassismus und Korpsgeist in der Polizei.
interview  racism  police  germany 
2 days ago by SimonHurtz
The Cops Were Chasing a Shoplifter. They Ended Up Destroying an Innocent Man's Home. - Reason.com
Over the course of June 3 and 4, 2015, a devastating police raid systematically destroyed Lech's old home. The cops were responding to a crime that Lech had nothing to do with: A suspected shoplifter had barricaded himself inside the house after a chase, sparking a 19-hour standoff with a multi-jurisdictional SWAT team. Unleashing a display of force commonly reserved for the battlefield, the tactical team bombarded the building with high-caliber rifles, chemical agents, flash-bang grenades, remote-controlled robots, armored vehicles, and breaching rams—all to extract a petty thief with a handgun.
govtOverreach  police 
4 days ago by Jswindle

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