PM Stories

Tensions are boiling over between Philly DA Larry Krasner and bail reform advocates Chris Palmer, Philadelphia Inquirer

Four of largest ongoing COVID-19 outbreaks in Colorado are in prisons, jails Meg Wingerter, Denver Post

San Quentin Prison pandemic conditions a ‘living hell’ for inmates MSNBC

Two more inmates die in Kentucky state prisons, bringing COVID-19 death toll to eight John Cheves, Lexington Herald-Leader

‘Can I get out of here before I die?’: Virus slows, but did NJ do enough to keep inmates safe? Stacey Barchenger,

A Woman’s Place J. Malcolm Garcia, Guernica

Prosecutors Condemn ‘Myopic’ Approach to Punishment Andrea Cipriano, The Crime Report

Eleven Prosecutors Form a Progressive Alliance in Virginia Daniel Nichanian, The Appeal

Planting Justice’s Prison Abolition Work Starts at the Root Nastia Voynovskaya, KQED

AM Stories

The Hijacking of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, New York Times

How DHS Went to War With the American People Mary Harris, Slate

Federal agents, officers head to Detroit, Cleveland, Milwaukee as Operation Legend expands Kristine Phillips, USA Today

A Window to Rein in DHS Carrie Cordero and Elizabeth Goitein, Just Security

Federal Agencies Agree to Withdraw From Portland, With Conditions Mike Baker and Zolan Kanno-Youngs, New York Times

What Has Happened to Police Filmed Hurting Protesters? So Far, Very Little. Zipporah Osei and Mollie Simon, ProPublica

‘It was like a kidnapping’: Viral video shows NYPD officers forcing protester into unmarked van Allyson Chiu and Shayna Jacobs, Washington Post

Judge Lifts Ban on NYCLU Releasing Police Discipline Records NBC New York

Here Are The Current NYPD Officers With The Most Substantiated Misconduct Complaints George Joseph, Christopher Robbins, and Jake Offenhartz, Gothamist

Hundreds of cases involving LAPD officers accused of corruption now under review Kevin Rector, James Queally, and Ben Poston, Los Angeles Times

Some US police resist enforcing coronavirus mask mandates Andrew DeMillo, ABC News

As US police struggle to recruit, young cops seek more humane approach Andrea Shalal and Angela Moore, Reuters

Can Next-Generation Cops Spur Policing Reform? The Crime Report

The Defund Movement Aims to Change the Policing and Prosecution of Domestic Violence Jessica Pishko, The Appeal

Flashback: 19,500 arrests and dozens of gunfights? The legendary claims – and ego – of Clifton R. Wooldridge, the ‘Sherlock Holmes of Chicago’ John Mark Hansen, Chicago Tribune

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