CSH joins the National Coalition for Housing Justice (NCHJ) to urge the Biden-Harris administration to cease using federal police in addressing homelessness. NCHJ highlights a distressing incident where federal officers violently arrested a homeless family living in a camper in a national forest. This case underscores an alarming trend of escalating violence against unhoused individuals at the hands of federal agents, further exacerbated by the criminalization of homelessness. NCHJ argues that employing police to address homelessness is costly, diverts resources from housing initiatives, disproportionately affects Black and Brown communities, and is largely ineffective. Click here to read the statement.