South Bend Mayor James Mueller sat down with leaders from the non-profit "Faith in Indiana" to talk about South Bend Police's new use of force policy on Friday.
By Melissa Hudson | ABC 57 (South Bend)Feb. 17, 2021 Watch the full story at the source. The South Bend Board of Public Safety has approved the new Use of Force Policy for the South Bend Police [...]
The St. Joseph County Chapter of Faith in Indiana previously submitted to Mayor James Mueller a letter signed by more than 200 residents, emphasizing that deadly force should only be used as a [...]
Faith in Indiana...was instrumental in getting the city to partner with the National Institute for Criminal Justice Reform.
“If we don’t commit resources to probably every one of those areas, we’re not gonna overcome this crisis," said Rev. Greene.
As faith leaders in South Bend who represent a broad cross section of our community... We call upon the Board of Public Safety not to sign off on any use-of-force policy that...
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Leaders from Faith in Indiana gathered on the steps of the Berean Seventh-day Adventist Church on Thursday, calling on the city’s Board of Public Safety to reject the current draft of the Use of [...]
The Board of Public Safety will vote on [South Bend's revised use of force policy] policy -- but some of the city's faith leaders are urging them reject it. They feel it doesn't go far enough.
Members of the group Faith in Indiana on Thursday called for clearer restrictions on police use of force, urging the South Bend Board of Public Safety to reject a draft policy next week and send [...]
Members of the group Faith in Indiana say the new policy leaves too much to an officer's discretion because the proposal is still based on an "objective reasonableness" standard, which is used in [...]