As the new victim’s advocate for the Georgetown Police Department, Taneya Chandler wants to use her own experience with loss as well as her passion for community outreach to ensure no victims of a crime in the city ever feel the way she did after her miscarriage.
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After a year marked by the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and heightened tensions over social justice, work on Charleston's racial bias audit recommendations continues.
Sheriff Hobart Lewis spoke to Council in support of creating the 12-person board. The move drew mixed reactions from local activists, with some saying the county didn't go far enough.
Four years after Charleston-area activists called for a racial bias audit of the North Charleston Police Department, the proposal has gained little traction with city leaders. Now, the NAACP and other groups say they're redoubling their efforts to see the project through.
Just as a Thanksgiving meal wouldn't be complete without turkey, Aiken's One Table event wouldn't be complete without help from the Aiken Depa…
A months-long audit of the Charleston Police Department has found racial disparities in key area like traffic stops and uses of force, and is recommending a series of sweeping reforms aimed at shoring up everything from data collection to leadership development.
Preliminary results from an ongoing Charleston police racial bias audit released Wednesday found significant racial disparities in traffic stops and uses of force. Auditors also noted deficiencies in policies, procedures, training and recruitment, among other areas.
The Charleston County Sheriff's Office is participating on FOX's show "First Responders Live."
After a brazen homicide in Charleston's East Side neighborhood, mounting frustrations have boiled over as residents search for ways to address ongoing public safety issues and feelings of neglect among black residents.
On April 18, Columbia flipped the switch on its new ShotSpotter system, a technology used by 100 law enforcement agencies around the country to detect gunshots moments after they happen.