Monitoring Team Aims to Keep Public Informed About MPD Surveillance Case

The public will have a chance to ask questions about a court-ordered plan to bring reform to the Memphis Police Department after officers were found conducting illegal surveillance of protesters, violating a 40-year-old consent decree barring such surveillance, The Daily Memphian reports. In addition to the public meeting on July 11, former U.S. attorney and independent monitor Ed Stanton announced that his team has launched a website, memphispdmonitor.com, to provide updates to the public about the progress of reform efforts involving the city police department.
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