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“They have given us life after their father’s death,” said Leanna Crutcher.
“They’ve always been part of our daily lives. But since their dad is gone, they’re really part of it now,” said Joey Crutcher. “Their mother is trying to get her life together. We’re the ones left to take care of them, and we love doing it. It makes us young again. Young Terence makes it so we have to run after him.”
Tulsa World File photo Oct. 25, 2017: Betty Shelby’s request to expunge record granted
A judge grants Shelby’s request to expunge the record of her manslaughter case, making her able to legally say she was never arrested or prosecuted for the shooting death of Terence Crutcher.
However, a federal wrongful death civil case is ongoing.
Tulsa World File photo Dec. 28, 2017: Terence Crutcher Foundation forms encourage people to report negative police interactions
The form asks questions about excessive force, racial profiling and whether the person reporting is willing to testify in court. The reports can be dropped off at most north Tulsa churches and will be used by the foundation to create change, said Terence Crutcher’s sister, Tiffany Crutcher.
“The Tulsa Police Department has a culture, a practice and a pattern of racially profiling people in our community, discriminating against the people in our community, and we can no longer say it’s just a few bad apples,” she said.
Photo by REECE RISTAU/Tulsa World March 30, 2018: Tiffany Crutcher talks about implicit-bias training for Tulsa police
Tiffany Crutcher, twin sister of Terence Crutcher, is pleased that the Tulsa Police Department will begin implicit-bias training next month to help combat officers’ potential subconscious biases, including those involving race, but she believes reformation is far from complete.
“It’s one small step in the right direction, but we have a lot of work to do,” Tiffany Crutcher told the Tulsa World. “It’s one thing to say that we’re going to implement implicit-bias training and another thing not to apply it.”