BNHR Report: Turning a New Chapter in in Commuity Policing in Dona Ana County, NM - September 19, 2014
Preliminary Report September 2014
Community Policing in Dona Ana, New Mexico: Analysis from Border Network for Human Rights
Border Network for Human Rights has been working in Doña Ana County, NM to promote and protect civil and human rights for 15 years now. The organization is based on the needs of the community and offers a vision of human rights that has drawn nearly 1,000 member families.
This report offers our analysis of the state of community policing in Doña Ana County, NM and outlines a series of recent local government resolutions and public positions that local elected officials have taken, as well as comments by candidates for Sheriff. A comprehensive look at these developments indicates that County residents are on the verge of a new approach by local governments to public safety; one that seeks partnerships with all sectors of the community.
Border Network for Human Rights is proud of the involvement of our membership in these developments and is committed to holding public officials accountable to the public safety needs of the community.
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Abuse Documentation Campaign Preliminary Report 2013 - January 13, 2014
The Southern Border is “The New Ellis Island” - May 8, 2013
If nothing else, we could all agree on this point. There is a prevailing narrative about the U.S. border and it is false and it is dangerous to border communities.
There are untruths out there about our border region that ultimately make it difficult for entrepreneurs to conduct business, for religious communities to serve as they see fit and for local and federal law agencies to keep the public safe. But these untruths also make it difficult for anyone to seek out rational policies for the border. (more…)
Border Policy Solutions for Immigration Reform - March 22, 2013
Results of 2012 GOTV Campaign - December 7, 2012
This report highlights important elements and milestones for BNHR in our work to integrate families into the electoral process. We are proud that the Tu Votas, Todos Ganamos / You Vote, We All Win Campaign to ‘get out the vote’ was a success by any measure and we are excited for our work in the election years to come.