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Reduce encounters between young black males, police. PhD Student Sues Police After Being Arrested For Stealing His Own Car. Police Officers Face Cumulative PTSD.

Reduce encounters between young black males, police

Kids handcuffed for selling water, young man threatened with jail for jaywalking are latest examples of incidents that worsen community-police relations.

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PhD Student Sues Police After Being Arrested For Stealing His Own Car

If you’re ever inclined to call the police to report a crime, it should give you pause if you start the conversation with the words, “I don’t know if I’m like racial profiling…” That kind of red flag was ignored by an anonymous 911 caller in 2015 when they reported what they thought was a car theft in Evanston, Ill.

Northwestern University PhD student Lawrence Crosby was arrested by Evanston police in October 2015 for reportedly stealing his own car, despite repeatedly telling them that the car was his and that he had documentation to prove it.

Crosby is now suing the four officers who arrested him, as well as the city of Evanston, and seeking damages in excess of $50,000, according to ABC7.

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Police Officers Face Cumulative PTSD - In Public Safety

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Jun 29, 2016 ... Most of what people think of as PTSD relates to trauma suffered by soldiers and those in the military. However, police officers' PTSD is different.
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Jun 27, 2016 ... PTSD is just as real of a threat to law enforcement officers and other first responders as it is to military members. Like any other injury sustained ...
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Aug 2, 2016 ... Last night the ABC's Four Corners program Insult to Injury highlighted how police officers' claims for compensation and psychiatric treatment for ...
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Jun 18, 2014 ... Police officers struggle with PTSD, but treatment can bring stigma ... taken their lives in the past six years, many of them suffering from PTSD.
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Nov 9, 2015 ... Nearly a fifth of all active duty police officers suffer from PTSD but many aren't getting the help they need.

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