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Tuesday, December 29, 2015
2015: A year of great reform or great resignation
Legislation that would require law enforcement agencies to report the age, gender, race and other demographic data for anyone they kill, known as the Police Reporting of Information Data and Evidence Act (PRIDE) was introduced by Sens. Barbara Boxer and Corey Booker. And Congress also saw legislation introduced that would divert millions of dollars from funding federal prisons to police training on dealing with the mentally ill.
In tandem with the Black Lives Matter movement, which has snagged the ear of Democratic presidential candidates Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the Obama administration and the Department of Justice have pushed to dismantle policies that fueled mass incarceration. President Obama has met face-to-face with prisoners and the Justice Department has begun releasing some 6,000 non-violent federal prisoners sentenced under harsh War on Drugs era guidelines.