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Kansas Should Embrace Asset Forfeiture Reform

Currie Myers | February 13, 2019
In 2018, Kansas was able to take a first step toward having better controls over asset forfeiture by passing a law that mandates greater transparency over assets seized by…

The FBI’s Misuse of Police Tactics in the Stone Arrest

Currie Myers | February 1, 2019
“The street was dark when the tactical response team, donning shoulder weapons, body armor and fatigues, began banging on the home’s entrance, yelling, “FBI! Open the door.” On January…

The untimely death of due process

Currie Myers | October 10, 2018
Since the founding of our great nation and the development of our Constitution and Bill of Rights, Americans have been protected by due process.  The purpose of due process…

Do ex-cons ever really finish serving their debt to society?

Currie Myers | August 22, 2018
Photo by Rich Pedroncelli Over the past two months there have been some exciting movements in the right direction regarding prison reform. But in America, overcoming the stigma of prison…

America’s sheriffs should support the FIRST STEP Act

Currie Myers | June 7, 2018
This article by retired sheriff Currie Myers originally appeared in Real Clear Policy June 7th, 2018. The FIRST STEP Act (H.R. 5682) was passed by the House of Representatives…

Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Program promotes safety

Currie Myers | May 21, 2018
Ask any sheriff about the issues associated with jail management and you’ll learn about four major issues: safety of the facility, special needs housing, rising costs of psychotropic medicines,…

The Case for Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

Currie Myers | November 30, 2017
“I pledge to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America and the Constitution of the State and to enforce the laws of the State and the United…
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