States have different policies on how they approach domestic violence - and many don’t have any policies at all
A request for domestic violence response policies for state police departments in all 50 states found 28 states willing to release the policies free of charge, or for a small fee. Twelve states reported having no such policy. Four - Hawaii, Kansas, New Hampshire, and South Dakota - rejected the request, arguing that granting it would compromise security, reveal confidential law enforcement techniques, or disrupt the operation of government.
Despite legalization, D.C. Police arrest hundreds on weed consumption charges each year - overwhelmingly African Americans
Recently-released numbers on marijuana-related arrests provided by the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department present a stark racial disparity in the allocation of weed-associated charges made by the department.
Brian Waters sent this request to the Essex Police Department of Essex, VT
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Taylor Dobbs sent this request to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement of the United States of America
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Colin Mahns sent this request to the Union City Police Department of Union City, NJ