Police Brutality

Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo condemned Derek Chauvin's actions during the former police officer's murder trial.
Avon and Somerset Police have retracted claims that one officer was left with a broken arm and another suffered broken ribs.
Research by the Network for Police Monitoring has uncovered evidence of excessive use of force, failures in the duty of care, and racial discrimination.
Nigerian LGBQT activists Freddie Jacob, Matthew Blaise and Victor Emmanuel joined the End Sars marches only to find fellow protesters turned on them. The activists who marched with the hashtag ‘Queer Lives Matter’ say that the fight for oppression should include Nigeria’s LGBT community too.
Social media companies should have an explicit duty of care to ensure all users are protected from traumatic content, write Seyi Akiwowo and Lauren Pemberton-Nelson.
The protests against police brutality and the Special Anti-Robbery Squad began in early October.
#EndSARS is a current social movement against police brutality in Nigeria. The slogan calls for an end to a particular unit in the police force, with a long record of abuses. The protests started in 2017 as a Twitter campaign, using the hashtag to demand the government disband them.
Louisville residents cried out and began marching after only one of three officers involved in Taylor's death was charged — and only with “wanton endangerment.”
Jacob Blake has publicly spoken for the first time since being hospitalised after being shot seven times in the back by police officers in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
The 29-year-old was shot in the back multiple times by a police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last month.