DeCarcerate Memphis is giving MPD CJ Davis 100 days to meet 10 demands related to police reform. It's day 35 and they are unsure if they will be met.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Activists with Decarcerate Memphis are finally hearing from Memphis Police Chief C.J. Davis after they said they had been trying to set up a meeting with CJ Davis for more than a month.
DeCarcerate Memphis is a grassroots coalition with about 40 committee members and has more than 300 supports. The group is focused on criminal justice reform. When Davis became MPD chief in June, they sent an open letter demanding 10 things they want to see done before she reaches 100 days in her new role.
Even with a meeting set for August, Chelsea Glass, Decarcerate Memphis organizer isn't too sure if these changes will happen.
“Changing the culture of policing here and not just consistently passing the buck on people here in the community by …