Police Department; Stress (S. T. R. E. S. S. ). Anti- strees demonstration in front of police headquarters.
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Group of people protest in front of police headquarters in Detroit, Michigan against the department called S.T.R.E.S.S. (Stop the Robberies enjoy safe streets). "In the anti-STRESS suit of 1972, plaintiffs detailed the circumstances leading to five civilian deaths at the hands of STRESS officers..." from Whose Detroit: Politics, Labor and Race in a Modern American City, by Heather Ann Thompson.