Memphis Bar Association to host deep dive into Darrius Stewart police shooting case

The Memphis Bar Association is hosting “Covering Police-Involved Shootings: A Deep Dive into the Darrius Stewart Case” on Sept. 28 as part of a daylong program bringing together journalists, lawyers Continue Reading

Memphis mayor says body cam video cannot be released if part of investigation

Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland told Memphis TV journalist Greg Coy that video footage from body cam video cannot be released if the event it records is under investigation. The quote came Continue Reading

CA: Indefinite holding of police body-cam video would destroy purpose of having the cameras

The Commercial Appeal makes the point in an editorial over the weekend that a proposed policy to keep body cam video confidential until after an investigation into a police-involved shooting Continue Reading

Memphis presents policy to deny access to body cam video, moves forward with purchase

The Commercial Appeal reports today that the city of Memphis is moving ahead with a multimillion-dollar plan to equip its police officers with body cams, but also presented a policy Continue Reading

TBI investigative file released in Memphis police shooting case

The Shelby County District Attorney has posted on her website TBI’s investigative files into the shooting death of 19-year-old Darrius Stewart by a Memphis police officer in what may be one of Continue Reading