Local witness relocation program asks individuals to share crime info with authorities

By , Daily Memphian Updated: April 13, 2022 5:57 AM CT | Published: April 12, 2022 5:55 PM CT
<strong>The 901 WRAP program &mdash; Witness Relocation and Assistance Program &mdash; previously was announced during a press conference at Greater Imani Church on June 21, 2021, led by District Attorney General Amy Weirich (from left), Rev. Bill Adkins, Sheriff Floyd Bonner and Memphis Police Chief Cerelyn &ldquo;C.J.&rdquo; Davis. On Tuesday, April 12, they gathered again to discuss the program.</strong> (Yolanda Jones/Daily Memphian file)

The 901 WRAP program — Witness Relocation and Assistance Program — previously was announced during a press conference at Greater Imani Church on June 21, 2021, led by District Attorney General Amy Weirich (from left), Rev. Bill Adkins, Sheriff Floyd Bonner and Memphis Police Chief Cerelyn “C.J.” Davis. On Tuesday, April 12, they gathered again to discuss the program. (Yolanda Jones/Daily Memphian file)

“That whole anti-snitch thing is destroying us right now. It was not meant to go all of these years and to morph into what it is now.”

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District Attorney’s Office Amy Weirich Bill Adkins Greater Imani Church Witness relocation assistance program 901 WRAP
Julia Baker

Julia Baker

Julia Baker covers criminal justice for The Daily Memphian. A lifelong Memphian, Julia graduated from the University of Memphis in 2021. Other publications and organizations she has written for include Chalkbeat, Memphis Flyer, Memphis Parent magazine and Memphis magazine.


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