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POLICE REFORM AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Since the start of the administration, the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division has opened 25 investigations into law enforcement agencies. The department is enforcing 20 agreements with law enforcement agencies, including 15 consent decrees, and one post-judgment order.
While the vast majority of law enforcement agencies enter into voluntary agreements, the department has filed suit when agencies have been unwilling to correct patterns or practices of misconduct. The department is currently in litigation with regard to one law enforcement agency.
The department does not always find constitutional violations. In the past six years, the department has concluded six investigations of law enforcement agencies without finding constitutional violations.
Consent Decrees: Virgin Islands Police Department; Seattle Police Department; New Orleans Police Department; East Haven (Connecticut) Police Department; Puerto Rico Police Department; Portland (Oregon) Police Department; Warren (Ohio) Police Department; Albuquerque (New Mexico) Police Department; Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department-Antelope Valley; Cleveland Division of Police; Meridian (Mississippi) Police Department; Maricopa County (Arizona) Sheriff’s Office; Ferguson (Missouri) Police Department; Newark (New Jersey) Police Department; Baltimore Police Department (pending);
The Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, created in 1957 by the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1957, works to uphold the civil and constitutional rights of all Americans, particularly some of the most vulnerable members of our society. The Division enforces federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin.
Since its establishment, the Division has grown dramatically in both size and scope, and has played a role in many of the nation's pivotal civil rights battles. Division attorneys prosecuted the defendants accused of murdering three civil rights workers in Mississippi in 1964, and were involved in the investigations of the assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Medgar Evers. The Division enforces a wide array of laws that protect the civil rights of all individuals.
The Special Litigation Section is one of several Sections in the Civil Rights Division. We work to protect civil rights in the following areas: 1) the rights of people in state or local institutions, including: jails, prisons, juvenile detention facilities, and health care facilities for persons with disabilities; 2) the rights of individuals with disabilities to receive services in their communities, rather than in institutions; 3) the rights of people who interact with state or local police or sheriffs' departments; 4) the rights of youth involved in the juvenile justice system; 5) the rights of people to have safe access to reproductive health care clinics; and 6) the rights of people to practice their religion while confined to state and local institutions. We can also act on behalf of people at risk of harm in these areas..
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