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Cedric Alexander: PPD, Defunding, Dismantling and Training (Part 2)

The week, Jeremy Morrison interviews Cedric Alexander, the retired law enforcement officer with a national reputation that is helping Mayor Grover Robinson develop a citizen…

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Cedric Alexander on oversight, bias and systematic racism (Part 1)

In this week’s Inweekly, Jeremy Morrison interviews Cedric Alexander, the retired law enforcement officer with a national reputation that is helping Mayor Grover Robinson develop…

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Remembering Victor Steen, the boy on a bike

Before George Floyd and Tymar Crawford, the city had the death of Victor Steen. Around 1:50 a.m. on Oct. 3, 2009, Victor was spotted by…

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Posted in Crime Pensacola

PPD presser: After so long, ‘relief’

DNA Technology Leads to Cold Case Arrest By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly On New Year’s Day in 1985, Tonya McKinley’s body was found at the corner…

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Tymar Crawford: Grand jury report, City response, Bodycam video

State Attorney Bill Eddins announced last Friday that the Escambia County Grand Jury has completed its review of the facts and circumstances surrounding the Officer…

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Lack of transparency at Pensacola City Hall disappointing

Early Saturday morning, police fatally shot Atatiana Koquice Jefferson, 28, in Fort Worth, Texas. The body camera footage shows the perspective of the officer outside…

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Dream Defenders call for firing of PPD officer

Dream Defenders has released the name of the Pensacola police officer who killed Tymar Crawford when the man got into an altercation with police after…

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‘Fully staffed’ PPD short 30 officers

On Oct. 11, 2017, the City of Pensacola posted on its official Facebook page that the Pensacola Police Department was “fully staffed.” Last week, Pensacola…

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Survey: PPD speaks out on pay, benefits and ‘toxic’ City Hall

The results are in on Mayor Grover Robinson’s initial survey of city employees. Employees were asked: 1. Our City of Pensacola government does many things…

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