Celebrating our 60th Anniversary!
Our fifth part in the series is a discussion on Delaware's Latinx/Hispanic communities: obstacles to voting, immigration, and more.
The Delaware Council on Police Training has begun the process of setting forth regulations for the use of body-worn cameras by law enforcement. This is a process that requires public input, and the ACLU of Delaware is calling on Delawareans to submit public comment.
The Council on Police Training is beginning the process of setting statewide regulations for the use of body-worn cameras by law enforcement in Delaware. This is a process that requires public input, and we’re asking you to make your voice heard.
Press Release: ACLU of Delaware Launches Ambassador Program for the Delaware Campaign for Smart Justice
The ACLU of Delaware's Campaign for Smart Justice is launching a Smart Justice Ambassador program to recruit, train, and empower Delawareans who have been impacted by the legal system.
Our fourth part in the series is an overview of the legislative work we did in 2021: what we accomplished, and what's still left to do.
Where do civil liberties stand after the first half of the 151st General Assembly’s legislative session? Here’s a post-legislative session update on some of our priority bills and other important bills that impact civil liberties in Delaware.