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Marcus-David Peters’ death points to a need for better handling of mental health crises. Read more

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The Richmond Police Department announced a two-year timeline to complete training for officers. Read more

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Richmond police officer Juan Tejeda uses his off-duty time to build up the Latino community. Read more

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Family of unarmed man shot by police near Interstate 95 fault officer's response, challenge commonwealth's attorney's conclusions. Read more

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In the Richmond region, people who are unable to make voice calls can report an emergency via text message. Read more

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Citing a need for transparency, Richmond police chief releases the officer's body camera footage, while the family of the naked shooting victim calls for justice. Read more

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Advocates for the Richmond Mounted Unit find better housing for the horses. Read more

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A simulation program allows civilians to see how they would respond to a tense situation that a police officer might face. Read more

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During encounters with police, one wrong move can be life-altering for a civilian. And as high-profile shootings test public confidence in law enforcement, officers face the possibility that any routine stop could turn violent. Read more

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After a write-in campaign for Richmond sheriff, Carol Adams returns to community policing Read more

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Mayor Levar Stoney looks back at the first year of his term and outlines priorities for 2018. Read more

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About 100 people gathered at City Hall for the 27th annual memorial service for friends and family of homicide victims. Read more

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Alfred Durham has gone above and beyond the role of police chief, playing, at various times, mentor, father figure and community activist to the city’s neediest neighborhoods. Read more

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Vying for Richmond sheriff are Democratic nominee Antionette Irving, independent candidates Nicole Jackson and Emmett Jafari, and write-in candidate Carol Adams Read more

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A former police sergeant known for outreach work, Carol Adams is running a write-in campaign to be Richmond's next sheriff. Read more

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A gunshot-locating system will help Richmond officers respond to violent crime. Read more

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A pro-Confederate-heritage group that demonstrated on Monument Avenue on Saturday was met by a large gathering of counter-protesters who marched from the Maggie Walker statue to Stuart Circle. Read more

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In anticipation of a demonstration Saturday by a neo-Confederate group that wants to see the monument to Gen. Robert E. Lee stay in place on Monument Avenue, police are advising Richmonders to avoid the area and vowing to arrest lawbreakers. Read more

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Richmond Police Department programs invest in the future of local youth. Read more

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A cadre of care-givers helping a Montpelier mom in her recovery after she was struck by a car while jogging will be honored Saturday at the VCU Shining Knight Gala. Read more

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