The Ferguson Legal Defense Committee (FLDC) has issued an EMERGENCY CALL TO ACTION for all lawyers, legal workers and law students of conscience in anticipation of a major reaction to the (non or under) indictment of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for the death of Michael Brown.
NPAP has joined in the support of a proposed Chicago ordinance to provide reparations for victims of torture and abuse at the hands of disgraced former Chicago Police Commander John Burge.
CCIT-NYC seeks to improve police responses to 911 calls involving individuals with mental health concerns – often referred to as “Emotionally Disturbed Person” (EDP) calls. (The NYPD gets more than 100,000 EDP calls per year.)
On March 1, 2013, NPAP submitted comments to the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules in opposition to planned changes in the discovery rules which were proposed by Judge David G. Campbell to “curtail the discovery process and make it more efficient.”