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Faith leaders call on city to speed up police reform
The activism group “Faith in Indiana” led prayers and a march to call on the Mayor’s office for law enforcement reforms. This comes a day after the police officer who fatally shot Eric Logan in 2019 was found to be justified in the shooting, and won’t be facing any criminal charges for the incident.
Local faith group calls out city amid Eric Logan prosecutor decision
Area interfaith groups met for an emotional procession to advocate for change Saturday.
The procession of prayers, organized by Faith in Indiana, was in light of an independent special prosecutor’s announcement Friday that a former SBPD officer will not be indicted in the shooting death of Eric Logan on June 16, 2019.
Weekend March In South Bend To Demand SBPD Disciplinary Policy
[Faith in Indiana] leaders marched in South Bend on Saturday to demand that a disciplinary policy for police officers be adopted within the next 60 days. It comes a day after a special prosecutor announced the state won’t file charges against a white police officer who fatally shot a black man last June.