PDA

View Full Version : American Civil Liberties Union



  1. This Week In ACLU
  2. ACLU defending KKK in Georgia
  3. Puerto Rico Police Brutality Against Residents Remains Persistent, ACLU Says
  4. Police Misconduct and Civil Rights
  5. Police Tape," a smartphone application from the ACLU
  6. ACLU: DC protects citizen journalists from police
  7. Court Rules that State Agency Unlawfully Blocked Student’s Financial Aid Request
  8. NJ Supreme Court Rules Rutgers Board Failed to Provide Adequate Information to Public Before 2008 Meeting
  9. ACLU-NJ Releases Police Accountability Smartphone App for Summer Beach Season
  10. ACLU-NJ Files Suit Against NJ Department of Education Over Public Records Requests
  11. School District Agrees to Expunge Record of Student Expelled for Possession of Allergy Tablet
  12. Rite Aid Apologizes to ACLU-NJ Client Who Was Denied Plan B at Store
  13. ACLU-NJ Demands Pharmacies End Discrimination in Sales of Emergency Contraception
  14. Deborah Jacobs, Executive Director of the ACLU-NJ, Will Step Down to Mobilize Advocacy for Women Nationally
  15. ACLU-NJ Halts New State ID Program
  16. School Overreached in Punishing Off-Campus Actions, Court Says
  17. ACLU-NJ Sues State Police to Learn Promotion Policies
  18. ACLU-NJ Sues State Police to Learn Promotion Policies
  19. ACLU-NJ Files Suit Against NJ Department of Education Over Public Records Requests
  20. ACLU-NJ Report Finds Gaps in Prosecutorial Accountability
  21. ACLU-NJ Report Finds Gaps in Prosecutorial Accountability
  22. State Police Refuse to Release Statehouse Free Speech Policy
  23. ACLU-NJ Releases Apple Version of Police Accountability Smartphone App
  24. ACLU-NJ Releases Apple Version of Police Accountability Smartphone App
  25. State Police Refuse to Release Statehouse Free Speech Policy
  26. ACLU-NJ Sues State Police to Learn Promotion Policies
  27. Court Rules that State Agency Unlawfully Blocked Student’s Financial Aid Request
  28. NJ Supreme Court Rules Rutgers Board Failed to Provide Adequate Information to Public Before 2008 Meeting
  29. State Settles ACLU-NJ Lawsuit by Agreeing to Drop TRU-ID Program
  30. ACLU-NJ Report Finds Gaps in Prosecutorial Accountability
  31. ACLU-NJ Sues State Police to Learn Promotion Policies
  32. State Rules Organization Discriminated Against Same-Sex Couple
  33. State Rules Organization Discriminated Against Same-Sex Couple
  34. State Settles ACLU-NJ Lawsuit by Agreeing to Drop TRU-ID Program
  35. State Police Refuse to Release Statehouse Free Speech Policy
  36. ACLU-NJ Sues State Police to Learn Promotion Policies
  37. Court Rules that State Agency Unlawfully Blocked Student’s Financial Aid Request
  38. Election Protection Effort Launched to Assist Voters in Nov. 6 Election
  39. Court Signs Order Protecting Rights of Displaced New Jersey Residents
  40. ACLU-NJ Seeks Details on Automatic License Plate Readers From 21 Police Departments
  41. Newark Police Settles Lawsuit Over the Arrest of Teen with Cellphone Video
  42. Judge Orders Newark to Release Emails about Facebook Donation
  43. City of Newark Releases Emails about Facebook Donation
  44. Camden Agrees to Pay $3.5M to Victims of Police Corruption
  45. City of Newark Releases Emails about Facebook Donation
  46. ACLU-NJ Names New Executive Director
  47. This explains it the best.. FHP announces daytime driver license, vehicle inspection checkpoints
  48. ACLU-NJ Report Reveals Persistent Problems in Internal Affairs Statewide
  49. ACLU-NJ Report Reveals Persistent Problems in Internal Affairs Statewide
  50. ACLU-NJ Report Reveals Persistent Problems in Internal Affairs Statewide
  51. ACLU-NJ Statement on Civilian Complaint Review Board in Newark
  52. ACLU Launches Nationwide Investigation into Police Use of Military Technology & Tactics
  53. ACLU-NJ Files Lawsuit Challenging Wanaque Borough’s Juvenile Curfew Ordinance
  54. ACLU-NJ Calls for More Public Input into Sandy Relief Plans and Equitable Allocation of Resources
  55. ACLU-NJ Calls for More Public Input into Sandy Relief Plans and Equitable Allocation of Resources
  56. Cape May County Student Denied Access to Co-Educational Classes
  57. ACLU-NJ Calls for More Public Input into Sandy Relief Plans and Equitable Allocation of Resources
  58. ACLU-NJ Argues in Support of Defendant’s Rights During Sentencing Hearing
  59. ACLU-NJ Seeks Information About Public Funds for Private Religious Schools
  60. Cape May County Student Denied Access to Co-Educational Classes
  61. ACLU Statement on the Passing of U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg
  62. ACLU Report Reveals that Black New Jerseyans are more Likely to be Arrested for Marijuana Possession Despite Equal Usage Rates
  63. State Denies ACLU-NJ Request for Information on Religious School Funding
  64. ACLU Report Reveals that Black New Jerseyans are more Likely to be Arrested for Marijuana Possession Despite Equal Usage Rates
  65. ACLU-NJ Seeks Information About Public Funds for Private Religious Schools
  66. Statement from the ACLU-NJ on the Opportunity to Compete Act
  67. ACLU-NJ Statements on NYPD Surveillance, Tuition and Drone Bills
  68. Civil Liberties Groups Challenge State Funding of Religious Ministries
  69. ACLU-NJ Applauds U.S. Supreme Court Decision to Strike Down DOMA
  70. Civil Liberties Groups Challenge State Funding of Religious Ministries
  71. ACLU-NJ Praises Newark’s Adoption of Stop-and-Frisk Transparency Policy
  72. Coalition of Civil Rights Groups File Brief in Support of Marriage Equality
  73. Advocates, Civil Rights Groups Urge NJ to Stop Solitary Confinement of Children
  74. ACLU-NJ Applauds U.S. Supreme Court Decision to Strike Down DOMA
  75. ACLU-NJ Joins with Other LGBT Groups to Form New Jersey United for Marriage
  76. Advocates, Civil Rights Groups Urge NJ to Stop Solitary Confinement of Children
  77. Advocates Praise Newark Police’s Refusal to Honor ‘Immigration Holds’
  78. ACLU-NJ Welcomes First Set of Newark “Stop-and-Frisk” Data, Hopes Police’s Reports Will Go Further
  79. ACLU-NJ Welcomes First Set of Newark “Stop-and-Frisk” Data, Hopes Police’s Reports Will Go Further
  80. Advocates Praise Newark Police’s Refusal to Honor ‘Immigration Holds’
  81. ACLU-NJ Welcomes News Reports of Federal Monitor of Newark Police Department
  82. ACLU-NJ Welcomes News Reports of Federal Monitor of Newark Police Department
  83. ACLU-NJ Welcomes News Reports of Federal Monitor of Newark Police Department
  84. ACLU-NJ Welcomes First Set of Newark “Stop-and-Frisk” Data, Hopes Police’s Reports Will Go Further
  85. State Police Refuse to Release Statehouse Free Speech Policy
  86. ACLU-NJ Sues State Police to Learn Promotion Policies
  87. ACLU Provides NJ police with New Roll Call Training on Internal Affairs
  88. Attorney General takes step backwards on police Internal Affairs tracking
  89. ACLU-NJ Releases Toolkit to Guide Residents in Investigating their Local Police Departments
  90. Appeals Court Rules Newark Journalist Who was Wrongfully Arrested by Police is Entitled to Damages
  91. Confidential informant study reveals weaknesses in New Jersey police practices
  92. ACLU Welcomes Decision to Investigate Newark Police Department
  93. ACLU-NJ Welcomes Report of Federal Investigation of Newark Police Department
  94. Newark Police Illegally Detain Honors Student Over Cellphone Footage
  95. Police Accountability Day Takes ACLU-NJ to the Streets
  96. ACLU Files Suit Against Camden Police Drug-Planting
  97. ACLU-NJ Calls for Thorough Investigation of Shooting in Newark Park
  98. Court Unhands Police Use of Force Information to Public
  99. ACLU-NJ and Police Organization Resolve Sexual Orientation Dispute
  100. ACLU-NJ Celebrates New Chapter in Police Accountability
  101. Most NJ Police Departments Violate Law on Police Complaints
  102. ACLU-NJ Sues Newark Police For Illegal Stop of Young Football Players
  103. NJ's Federal Law Enforcement Used GPS To Track People's Cell Phones
  104. ACLU-NJ Announces Representation of Newark Police Abuse Victims
  105. ACLU-NJ Holds March for Police Accountability
  106. Newark Police Sued for Unlawful Arrest of Newspaper Publisher
  107. ACLU-NJ Challenges Arbitrary Police Fees for March
  108. Immigration Detention Report Outlines Concerns of Abuse
  109. Police Searched and Harassed African American Youths
  110. Women Abused and Exploited by NJ Chinese Restaurant, ACLU Charges
  111. Army Officer's Right to Display Political Sign Secured
  112. ACLU-NJ Sues Manalapan Police for Targeting African-American Youths
  113. Court Blocks Enforcement of West New York Curfew
  114. Muslim Officers Win Right to Wear Beards
  115. ACLU-NJ Calls for Unity on National Day to Combat Police Brutality
  116. ACLU Distributes Police 'Bust Cards' & Launches Hotline for Racial Profiling Victims
  117. Groups Demand Independent Auditor & Civilian Review Board for State Police
  118. When Will NJ Police Its Own Cops?
  119. Appeals Court Blocks Enforcement of NJ Ballot Petition Deadline
  120. ACLU-NJ Calls Consent Decree End Premature and Vows to Fight for Police Accountability
  121. ACLU-NJ Welcomes News Reports of Federal Monitor of Newark Police Department
  122. Advocates Praise Newark Police’s Refusal to Honor ‘Immigration Holds’
  123. ACLU-NJ Welcomes First Set of Newark “Stop-and-Frisk” Data, Hopes Police’s Reports Will Go Further
  124. ACLU Launches Nationwide Investigation into Police Use of Military Technology & Tactics
  125. Camden Agrees to Pay $3.5M to Victims of Police Corruption
  126. Newark Police Settles Lawsuit Over the Arrest of Teen with Cellphone Video
  127. ACLU-NJ Releases Apple Version of Police Accountability Smartphone App
  128. State Police Refuse to Release Statehouse Free Speech Policy
  129. ACLU-NJ Sues State Police to Learn Promotion Policies
  130. ACLU-NJ Seeks Details on Automatic License Plate Readers From 21 Police Departments
  131. ACLU-NJ Releases Police Accountability Smartphone App for Summer Beach Season
  132. ACLU Provides NJ police with New Roll Call Training on Internal Affairs
  133. Attorney General takes step backwards on police Internal Affairs tracking
  134. ACLU-NJ Releases Toolkit to Guide Residents in Investigating their Local Police Departments
  135. Appeals Court Rules Newark Journalist Who was Wrongfully Arrested by Police is Entitled to Damages
  136. Confidential informant study reveals weaknesses in New Jersey police practices
  137. ACLU Welcomes Decision to Investigate Newark Police Department
  138. ACLU-NJ Welcomes Report of Federal Investigation of Newark Police Department
  139. Newark Police Illegally Detain Honors Student Over Cellphone Footage
  140. Police Accountability Day Takes ACLU-NJ to the Streets
  141. ACLU Files Suit Against Camden Police Drug-Planting
  142. ACLU-NJ Calls for Thorough Investigation of Shooting in Newark Park
  143. Court Unhands Police Use of Force Information to Public
  144. ACLU-NJ and Police Organization Resolve Sexual Orientation Dispute
  145. ACLU-NJ Celebrates New Chapter in Police Accountability
  146. Most NJ Police Departments Violate Law on Police Complaints
  147. ACLU-NJ Sues Newark Police For Illegal Stop of Young Football Players
  148. NJ's Federal Law Enforcement Used GPS To Track People's Cell Phones
  149. ACLU-NJ Announces Representation of Newark Police Abuse Victims
  150. ACLU-NJ Holds March for Police Accountability
  151. Newark Police Sued for Unlawful Arrest of Newspaper Publisher
  152. ACLU-NJ Challenges Arbitrary Police Fees for March
  153. Immigration Detention Report Outlines Concerns of Abuse
  154. Police Searched and Harassed African American Youths
  155. Women Abused and Exploited by NJ Chinese Restaurant, ACLU Charges
  156. Army Officer's Right to Display Political Sign Secured
  157. ACLU-NJ Sues Manalapan Police for Targeting African-American Youths
  158. Court Blocks Enforcement of West New York Curfew
  159. Muslim Officers Win Right to Wear Beards
  160. ACLU-NJ Calls for Unity on National Day to Combat Police Brutality
  161. ACLU Distributes Police 'Bust Cards' & Launches Hotline for Racial Profiling Victims
  162. Groups Demand Independent Auditor & Civilian Review Board for State Police
  163. When Will NJ Police Its Own Cops?
  164. Appeals Court Blocks Enforcement of NJ Ballot Petition Deadline
  165. ACLU-NJ Calls Consent Decree End Premature and Vows to Fight for Police Accountability
  166. State Police Refuse to Release Statehouse Free Speech Policy
  167. ACLU-NJ Sues State Police to Learn Promotion Policies
  168. ACLU-NJ Welcomes News Reports of Federal Monitor of Newark Police Department
  169. Newark Police Settles Lawsuit Over the Arrest of Teen with Cellphone Video
  170. Confidential informant study reveals weaknesses in New Jersey police practices
  171. Court Unhands Police Use of Force Information to Public
  172. Most NJ Police Departments Violate Law on Police Complaints
  173. U.S. Department of Justice Investigation Finds Widespread Constitutional Violations by Newark Police Department
  174. Newark Community and Advocacy Organizations Welcome Opportunity for Reform of the Newark Police Department
  175. U.S. Department of Justice Investigation Finds Widespread Constitutional Violations by Newark Police Department