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ACLU Staff Attorney Mark Fancher says the Kalamazoo Public Safety Department demonstrated courage, professionalism and integrity when it released a study on racial profiling in 2013. 


"BANGOR - The Bangor City Council plans to provide renovated quarters for the police department, but by week's end the city won't have a chief to supervise it" (Saint Joseph Benton Harbor Herald-Palladium)

"OSHTEMO TOWNSHIP, MI – The Oshtemo Township Board of Trustees largely put the issue of starting its own police department to bed during a more than three-hour meeting Tuesday, with members electing instead to resume negotiations with the Kalamazoo County Sheriff's office to continue to provide the township's law enforcement needs." (Kalamazoo Gazette)

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Michigan would give police less freedom to seize and sell property under bills making their way through the state Legislature. 

In the final seconds of his life on May 10, Koddy Campbell was holding a loaded handgun above his head; when he made a sudden movement it was his last. Campbell, 19, of Battle Creek, was told by four Battle Creek Police Department officers 24 times in 14 seconds to drop the gun. (Battle Creek Enquirer)

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