The Cambridge Review Committee released today its final report analyzing the controversial arrest of Professor Henry Louis "Skip" Gates, Jr., providing broad recommendations in service of bridging what the committee views as a communicative gap between the police force and the Cambridge community.
An independent committee report reviewing the controversial arrest of Professor Henry Louis “Skip” Gates, Jr. to offer “lessons learned” will be released next week, the Cambridge Police Department said today.
The Cambridge Police Department continues to await an independent committee report intended to offer "lessons learned" for the city in the aftermath of the controversial arrest of Professor Henry Louis "Skip"Gates, Jr. and subsequent allegations of racial bias.
The Cambridge Police Department hired a new spokesperson, 23-year-old Daniel M. Riviello, on Friday, ending a four-month long search.
Marlissa S. Briggett ’88, a civil rights attorney living in Arlington, will serve as executive secretary of the advisory board—a committee of five Cambridge residents responsible for reviewing complaints about the Cambridge Police Department.
Cambridge city officials filed a motion earlier this month to dismiss charges by Harvard neurologist S. Allen Counter alleging that he had been unfairly arrested three years ago.