Are you a Victim of Police Brutality?
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What is Police Brutality?
When officers of the law use unnecessary and excessive force, those members of the police should be brought to justice. Police brutality is a human rights violation.
Instances of police brutality are attempted to be justified by accusations of self-defense in order to avoid serious injury or death, but the repeated pattern of cases such as George Floyd and Eric Garner caught on film are examples of the opposite. Minorities and other vulnerable groups are too often targeted by acts of police brutality.
Victims Shot & Killed By Police in 2021
Fatal Police Shootings Since 2015
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You are not alone
If you or someone you know or love has been a victim of police brutality, the time to take action is NOW. Police Brutality Center features in-depth resources to help you protect your community and your family’s civil rights.
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Silence is No Longer an Option
Excessive force and racial profiling can not be tolerated. It is our mission to end the violations of your civil rights that lead to brutality by the police sworn to serve you, your family, and your community.