In celebration of Women’s History Month, The Raleigh Police Department recently signed the 30×30 Pledge to improve the representation and experiences of women in law policing.
Gone But Not Forgotten
A sign of how Raleigh’s agony—a feeling of hopelessness and grief that’s touched far too many towns—impacted the nation, Dallas artist Roberto Marquez, upon hearing the news, packed his paintbrushes and drove to Raleigh to paint a mural of hope for the community.
Tickets Are Coming
RPD is making speeding a chief priority—and cracking down to save lives.
A Sneak Peek of Some December/January Stories
Take a look at some of the stories we have in store for you in our December/January issue before it hits newsstands next week!
RPD’s New Leader: Chief Estella Patterson
Raleigh Mag sat down with Police Chief Patterson to ask about her vision for Raleigh as “the safest city,” community-based policing & more
Changing of the Guard
Deputy Chief of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Estella Patterson takes the reins as Raleigh’s new police chief.
As Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown prepares to retire after 33 years of service, we reflect on her lasting legacy. …
After Action Recommendations for the Raleigh Police Department
WEB EXCLUSIVE Following the police brutality—including the use of tear gas—that ensued after peaceful protests in downtown Raleigh in May …
By the Numbers: RPD’s Protest Report
The Raleigh Police Department spent more than a $1 million during nine days of protests in the city’s downtown, following …
Raleigh Police Chief Proposes New Unit to Address Homelessness, Mental Health
WEB EXCLUSIVE At a city council meeting this afternoon, Raleigh police chief Cassandra Deck-Brown introduced a proposal to form a …
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