Kenney’s order claims “openness and transparency”… Almost

The decision to release information about complaints made against Philadelphia police officers is a step in the right direction. Photo via Time.

IN OTHER NEWS

Juvenile lifers are being resentenced following the Supreme Court’s mandate, but justice looks different across state lines. Photo from AP.
  • Associated Press: “AP Exclusive: Parole for young lifers inconsistent across US”
  • Juvenile Law Center: “Unlocking Youth: Legal Strategies to End Solitary Confinement in Juvenile Facilities”
  • Washington Post: “Fired and Rehired: Police chiefs are often forced to put officers fired for misconduct back on the streets”

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