Click here for the CPTA memo to DOJ calling for a federal investigation into the rise in Detroit Police violence.
View live stream here on Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 11:30am ET: https://www.facebook.com/engagemichigan/live_videos/?ref=page_internal Click here to read the CPTA memo to the U.S. Department of Justice FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE News from the Coalition for Police […]
By Coalition for Police Transparency and Accountability December 2021 Detroit Police killed Nakita Williams on December 19, 2021 as she was suffering a mental health crisis. She is the fourth person in emotional distress to […]
December 8, 2021 Expressing outrage about a travesty one day, and then moving on to express outrage about a new travesty the next day has become the American way. For example, many people were outraged […]
Teach-in has been postponed. SESSION ONE: Objectives and Outline of the Teach-In Atty. Mark Fancher, Dr. Gloria House, Rodd Monts, Shushanna Shakur, Mike Shane, Prof. Charles Simmons This teach-in, hosted by the Coalition for Police […]
On April 7, 2021, the Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy announced the results of her investigation into the murder of Hakim Littleton. This decision serves only to raise more questions about the use of deadly […]
The Coalition for Police Transparency and Accountability (CPTA), comprised of over 17 grassroots organizations in Detroit, was formed in response to the July 10, 2020 execution of Hakim Littleton, a 22-year-old African American male, by […]
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