Police Body-Worn Cameras – Updated
There is a knock on your door. It’s the police. There was a robbery in your neighborhood. They have a suspect in custody and an eyewitness. But they need your help: Will you come down to the station to stand in the line-up?
ICE Extreme Vetting Initiative: A Resource Page
The resource used for organizing a campaign calling for a halt to Immigration and Custom Enforcement’s extreme vetting process, which proposed using predictive software to discriminate against immigrants.
Police Body-Worn Cameras: A Policy Scorecard
In the wake of high-profile incidents in Ferguson, Staten Island, North Charleston, Baltimore, and elsewhere, law enforcement agencies across the country have rapidly adopted body-worn cameras for their officers. One of the main selling points for these cameras is their potential to provide transparency into some police interactions, and to help protect civil rights, especially in heavily policed communities of color.