.@realDonaldTrump: The forgotten voters of the 2016 Election are doing great. The Steel Industry is rebuilding and expanding at a pace that it hasn’t seen in decades. Our Country has one of the best Economies in many years, perhaps ever. Unemployment numbers best in 51 years. Wow.

.@realDonaldTrump: The forgotten voters of the 2016 Election are doing great. The Steel Industry is rebuilding and expanding at a pace that it hasn’t seen in decades. Our Country has one of the best Economies in many years, perhaps ever. Unemployment numbers best in 51 years. Wow.

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Lawyer for @realDonaldTrump says Democrats’ tax returns demands have no legislative purpose https://t.co/ouEpoSMbrB https://t.co/S14ehRXCiS

US man sues parents for trashing porn collection, demands over $86,000 in damages https://t.co/bgyKkkgNwg https://t.co/PvUjoT5yey

Palestinian authority asks Russia to pressure Israel on tax cuts https://t.co/EeKQ1cqJHT https://t.co/NgYDQFB0NT

#Turkey agrees not to integrate S-400 with @NATO systems – defense minister https://t.co/DWnhXwX3p9 https://t.co/4bRDvd0iVW

US military, lawmakers say communication with #Russia needed to avert nuclear war https://t.co/WCpR1oiOj4 https://t.co/a4dIqa4qmz

The hunger strike lasted eight days with Palestinian prisoners saying they would end the strike if the IPS agreed to install landline phones in all Israeli prisons https://t.co/BBAFx8dQU1

Notre Dame survived wars, revolutions and neglect. Then fire came

Preview The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris weathered over 850 years, enduring multiple wars, religious strife, anti-religious sentiment of the French Revolution and decades of neglect, before a rooftop blaze severely damaged it.
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IACP, civil rights organizations team up to help PDs address hate crimes

By PoliceOne Staff

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (Lawyers’ Committee) released an action agenda to help agencies effectively address hate crimes.

The organizations are encouraging stakeholders to use the “Action Agenda for Enhancing the Response to Hate Crimes” as a guide to respond to and work towards preventing hate crimes.

The agenda includes information on how community leaders, civil rights organizations, and law enforcement can work together to combat hate crimes and how law enforcement can break down barriers in the community to more effectively prevent and investigate hate crimes.

The release of the report comes at a time where hate crimes are on the rise in the U.S.

More information can be found on IACP’s website.

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