The City of Mobile is considering a citywide policy concerning bodycam footage and no-knock and pre-dawn raids but must first hear from state officials on the legality of such policies.
In an unexpected move Monday, the city of Mobile released audio recordings, 911 transcripts and an official statement in response to a federal lawsuit.
A federal lawsuit was filed Monday against the city of Mobile and two police officers, in connection to the death of Jawan Dallas.
Several civil rights attorneys plan to file a federal lawsuit in connection to the death of Jawan Dallas, a 36-year-old man who died after being detained by Mobile police.
Rev. Robert Clopton, the president of the Mobile branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) spoke with 1819 News about Jawan Dallas, who died this summer after being arrested.
The Mobile City Council will vote Tuesday on a change to the police department’s policy on video footage from body-worn cameras and dashcams.
A Mobile County grand jury came back with a no bill in the investigation into the death of Jawan Dallas, a man who died after being arrested by Mobile Police.
After weeks of hearing concerns surrounding the death of Jawan Dallas, the city of Mobile made an announcement Tuesday about the footage from body-worn cameras.
Several people have signed up to speak at the Mobile City Council meeting Tuesday to request the release of body camera footage.
Civil rights attorneys from across the nation were in south Alabama Thursday morning just before the funeral of a man who died after an encounter with Mobile police officers on July 2.