Trust Building Between Black Teens And Police
A fraternity in Detroit is making an effort to build trust between black teens and law enforcement. According to the Associated Press, The Kappa Alpha Psi chapter in Detroit is partnering with Wayne County Community College District and the Michigan Department of Civil Rights for an event on the college’s eastern campus. The forum will be held from 10 AM to 1:30 PM, on March 17th. The panel will discuss encouraging young people to pursue careers in law enforcement, the rights of teens and their parents and powers given to police by the U.S. constitution.