Attorney General William P. Barr Delivers Remarks at the Grand Lodge Fraternal Order of Police’s 64th National Biennial Conference | OPA | Department of Justice
— Read on www.justice.gov/opa/speech/attorney-general-william-p-barr-delivers-remarks-grand-lodge-fraternal-order-polices-64th
This article discusses the conflict that arises when evidence against a defendant is rooted in privately developed technology or software. Examples include probabilistic DNA typing, algorithms, breathalyzers, and stingray cell-site simulators. Defense efforts to challenge the validity of evidence derived from these technologies are often stymied by refusals to reveal key details about how they…
— Read on gcordner.wordpress.com/2019/08/05/trade-secrets-vs-due-process/
This is supposed to be a partnership on supplying and analyzing police data. There may be some accessible and useful data for criminal justice projects.
Home – Police Data Initiative
— Read on www.policedatainitiative.org/
Attempting to drown police officers with water has become some of the most recent viral videos. This is dangerous for the police and the public. Note this is not the same as squirting your favorite uncle at the family reunion.
This is dangerous because the H2O attackers have interfered with arrests, sprayed an unknown liquid on officers, hit officers with squirt guns and plastic buckets, grabbed onto officers, and damaged property.
Hopefully with police making an arrest this won’t become a growing trend.
Police in New York City have arrested three men in connection with the water bucket attacks in which police officers were doused with water in videos that were posted to social media on Monday.
— Read on www.policemag.com/519156/3-arrested-in-new-york-city-water-bucket-attacks
Union reaction to the initial attack
Guidance Memo NYPD
HERE is an alternative view.
New legislation to protect police
I can’t even imagine this response. I can’t believe that a community would attack the police over the unfortunate event of an officer involved shooting. What is working here are a public few controlling a community. The good public don’t want to dispute the public violence of the minority.
After violent demonstrations in Memphis spurred by the death of Brandon Webber, a street gang has called for the killing of cops.
— Read on www.wlbt.com/2019/06/14/dps-gangster-disciples-have-called-deaths-police-officers/
This webpage has assess to past reports.
Concerns by the citizens of Missouri and the Missouri legislature regarding allegations of racial profiling by law enforcement prompted the passage of state law Section 590.650, RSMo (2000), which was enacted Aug. 28, 2000. Racial profiling has been defined as the inappropriate use of race by law enforcement when making a decision to stop, search or arrest a motorist.
— Read on ago.mo.gov/home/vehicle-stops-report/2018-executive-summary