In April 2021 federal civil rights officials launched an investigation into Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) and Louisville-Jefferson Metro Government to determine whether or not government officials routinely violate people’s constitutional rights.
The Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) is running this investigation. The investigation will rely on stories from all types of people who live in Louisville.
Many people have reported police misconduct to state and local officials who did nothing about it. While sharing these stories again may be traumatic, DOJ needs to hear from you so they can fully understand the role of LMPD in the community and force LMPD to change. They will use every possible tool to protect your privacy and maintain confidentiality.
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