• P.O.S.T.

    Protect Our Stolen Treasures

  • What we stand for

    OUR DEMANDS

    We are fighting for Justice for our fallen & all victims of police murder.

    We are fighting the dysfunctional system that protects police & insures they are never held Accountable for their actions.

    • We want a transparent and accountable system. 
    • Demanding they make public all reports, investigations, decisions, or changes. 
    • Departments & DA's Office  must keep the family of the victim informed of any and all inter-departmental decisions or actions that should be made public. 
    • We want prosecutors to take responsibility for the investigations and reports, addressing them in a timely manner. 
    • Closely monitor and itemize evidence & reports. 
    • We will not accept excuses for malfunctioning equipment, that all body cams, dash cams, and equipment MUST be maintained. 
    • Demand a nation wide database for Police Officers including a nationwide background check, drug testing and thorough  psychological examination. 
    • Out of state hires must have a waiting period to insure all reports and reviews from former state and department have been received and reviewed.
    • Each officer must have random drug test and psychological exams throughout the year along with certifications in shooting and procedures.

    Join with Us

    We would like each state in the United States to have one of our Chapters located near your town. We offer support, guidance and will stand with you and your family in the event one of your family members is brutalized by a Police Officer.

               

                        Please fill out the contact us form and someone from our support team will contact you.
     

  • Demands & Protest

    REVOKE PEACE OFFICERS LICENSES AND HOW WE PROTEST

    Revoke Peace Officer License for:

    • Repeated offenses of excessive force.
    • Repeated use of deadly force as 1st defense.
    • Questionable behaviors, mental and physical, resulting in disciplinary action.
    • Forced retirement or resignation under questionable circumstances involving drugs, sex, and use of weapon (gun, taser, baton, pepper spray).
    • Proven racial discrimination against others resulting in an abuse under the color of authority. 

    Our work

    • We stand in front of Police headquarters and DA's office each month. Reminding law enforcement we will not let our loved ones be forgotten. 
    • We attend council meetings.
    • We march with other organizations, showing unity in our fight for change.
    • We have over 1200 members who have lost their family member to police brutality.
    • We offer support to the families long term who have lost a loved one.
    • Join us in P.O.S.T Feet to Fire Campaign

     

  • Our team

    THE MOST PAINFUL GOODBYES ARE THE ONES THAT ARE NEVER SAID AND EXPLAINED

    Yolanda McNair

    President/Founder

    Yolanda's daughter Adaisha Miller was killed by Detroit

    Police Officer Isaac Parish III on July 8, 2012

    Kimberly Davis

    Vice President/Co Founder

    Kimberly's son Kimoni Calvon Davis was killed by Ohio

    Police Officer Damon Caruso on June 29, 2015

    Mertilla Jones

    Co Founder

    Mertilla's granddaughter Aiyana Stanley-Jones was killed by Detroit Swat Officer Weekly on May 16. 2010

    Kevin Kellom

    Co Founder

    Kevin's son Terrence Kellom was killed by ICE Officer Mitchell Quinn on April 27, 2015

    Yvette Johnson

    Co Founder

    Yvette future step son is Terrence Kellom.

    Madge Penny Morgan

    Care Member/Supporter

  • Our Family

    THESE ARE OUR CHILDREN WHO WERE TAKEN BY POLICE BRUTALITY. OUR CHILDREN & YOUR CHILDREN ARE THE REASON WE DEMAND CHANGE IN HOLDING THESE OFFICERS ACCOUNTABLE FOR KILLING OUR BABIES.

    Adaisha Miller, 24 years old

    ​July 9, 1987 - July 8, 2012

    Adaisha was killed by off duty Detroit Police Officer Isaac Parrish III. She was attending a party at his home when she was shot by his suppose to be holstered gun. The bullet went through Adaisha's lung and through her heart, killing her just one day before her 25 birthday. No charges were filed against Officer Parrish III.

     

    Adaisha was called Moonpie by her mother Yolanda McNair.

    Kimoni Calvon Davis, 20 years old

    December 18, 1994 - June 29, 2015

    Kimoni was killed when Ohio Police Officer Damon Caruso decided to pursue a chase with Kimoni because he was speeding 11miles over the limit. Upon approaching a bridge, Kimoni suspiciously lost control of his vehicle causing it to go airborne, killing the passenger Airshaan Warren. Kimoni was sent to the hospital, where he died the next day with his mother, Kimberly Davis holding him. This is the fourth high speed vehicle pursuit by Officer Caruso, that all drivers died. No charges were filed against Officer Caruso.

     

    Kimoni was a father of 1 child. His family & friends called him Kodak.

    Aiyana Stanley-Jones, 7 years old

    July 20, 2002 - May 16, 2010

    Detroit Swat Officers conducting a no knock police raid with A&E TV reality show filming them as they barged into Mertilla Jones home. Mertilla and her granddaughter Aiyana were asleep on the sofa when Officer Weekly kicked the door in and open fire. Upon firing his MP5 submachine gun, Officer Weekly struck Aiyana in the head, killing her. Her grandmother pleaded with them to help the little girl, to no avail. Officer Weekly charges were thrown out of court by Judge Hathaway.

     

    Aiyana loved to cuddle in her favorite Disney princess blanket. She was killed sleeping in the very same blanket next to her grandmother Mertilla Jones.

    Terrence Kellom, 20 years old

    November 1, 1994 - April 27, 2015

    ICE Officer Mitchell Quinn demanded entry into the Detroit home of Terrence's father. They claimed to have an arrest warrant for Terrence but did not present one upon entering the home. They entered the home opening fire on Terrence in the hallway, striking him multiple times in the chest. The warrant was produced later that day signed by a judge, nearly two hours after Terrence took his last breath, as he was calling out for his Father. No charges were filed against ICE Officer Quinn.

     

    Terrence was the father of 2 children. His family and friends called him Tee Tee. Terrence was extremely close to his father Kevin Kellom & future step mom Yvette Johnson.

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  • Justice For Adaisha Miller

    Memories of Adaisha

    Celebrating her birthday should not have been the end her of life!

    The fight for Adaisha will not stop

    We will continue to fight for all. BELIEVE THAT!!

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