In an email to KDPS, Jim Ritsema apologized for questioning their arrest of a reporter and a legal observer during a right wing rally in August.
Four out-of-state firms are vying for the contract to investigate KDPS’ response to protests this summer.
Kalamazoo’s new public safety chief promises to listen to the community, but won’t admit to mistakes
Chief Vernon Coakley took over the department last week after the previous chief stepped down amid a wave of criticism.
City commissioners knew about officers’ plans to stay out-of-the-way during rally that turned violent.
Kalamazoo protesters call for a fresh start as controversial public safety chief retires.
Census workers in Kalamazoo are skeptical about getting accurate numbers by the end of the count.
Once affecting Black Michiganders at an outsize rate, COVID-19 infections and deaths are now more even.
A home for at-risk youth had a laundry list of complaints against it, but it took the death of a teen to get people’s attention.
The new laws would make it easier and cheaper for people who have served their time to have a clean slate.
Nathan Dannison was told by officials they didn’t think he could be impartial in reviewing police actions.