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Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice

Are Relationships Between Black Residents and APD Improving? Mayor Dickens Thinks So.

City Politics

Kemp Declares State of Emergency Over Stop ‘Cop City’ Movement

Environmental Justice

Deadly ‘Cop City’ Shooting Divides Residents, Activists, and Law Enforcement

Policing

Black Atlantans Keep Getting Hit By Cars. This City Lawmaker Is Trying to Change That.

Public Safety

How Young Thug’s Community Feels About His Upcoming Trial

Courts

How to Get a Misdemeanor Expunged in Georgia

Courts

The Trial of Young Thug and YSL Starts This Month. Here’s What to Know.

Courts

How To Get Your Felony Expunged in Georgia

Criminal Justice

Community Members Turn to Council to Address Youth Violence

Public Safety

After the Shooting Death of Two Black Teens, Residents Are Looking for Answers

Juvenile Justice

Flying While Black at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport

Policing

Dickens Picks Interim Chief to Head APD

Policing

Fulton Jail Study Will Continue as Planned

Criminal Justice

Fulton Jail Study Could be Sidestepped by City Council

Incarceration

Nuisance Ordinance That Sparked Backlash From Black Business Owners Has Stalled

Public Safety

‘A Tale of Two Jails’: Join Us for a Conversation About Criminal Justice in Atlanta

Criminal Justice

Here’s How You Can Tell the Mayor What You Want in a New APD Chief

Policing

Why Does Atlanta Want to Lease Its Jail to Fulton County?

Incarceration

Southern Center for Human Rights Kicks Off Public Safety Town Hall Series

Public Safety

Policing in Atlanta at Center of Upcoming Town Hall Series

Policing
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