Between 2015 and 2019, there were 13,392 complaints of misconduct filed against 1,826 Baltimore City police officers and 22,884 use of force incidents in Baltimore. Among the many disturbing facts that the report, “Chasing Justice: Addressing Police Violence and Corruption in Maryland,” uncovers are that 91 percent of those who the police targeted with use of force were Black
— Read on www.aclu-md.org/en/publications/chasing-justice-addressing-police-violence-and-corruption-maryland
Examining more than 800,000 police stops in Vermont between 2014 to 2019, researchers confirm that Vermont authorities stop, ticket, arrest and search Black drivers at a rate far beyond their share of the state’s total driving population.
— Read on eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2021-01/uov-vbd011521.php
The end of us-versus-them policing: a tough road ahead for reform | Harvard Kennedy School
— Read on www.hks.harvard.edu/more/policycast/end-us-versus-them-policing-tough-road-ahead-reform
There is both opinions to this. Keep scrolling down to see both opinions.
Body-worn cameras are not a cure-all but have become a necessary tool to improve policing, write Arizona State and California State professors Michael…
— Read on www.thestar.com/opinion/contributors/the-saturday-debate/2021/01/09/do-body-worn-cameras-increase-police-accountability.html
When cops kill civilians lawfully armed under the Second Amendment, they are often protected from liability by the legal doctrine called qualified immunity.
— Read on www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/usa-police-immunity-guns/
There are 2 publications the Report and the Executive Summary.
Future of Public Safety | John Jay College of Criminal Justice
— Read on www.jjay.cuny.edu/future-public-safety
Do Body-Worn Cameras Change Law Enforcement Arrest Behavior? A National Study of Local Police Departments – Sunyoung Pyo, 2020
— Read on journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0275074020982688
This will be a list of various riot reviews. I will add more as they become available.
Denver Police – Riot Review
Office of the Independent Monitor (OIM) is the agency yhat conducted the review for the Denver Police Department.
The Office of the Independent Monitor (OIM) is the civilian oversight agency for the City and County of Denver Police and Sheriff Departments. The OIM was created by the Mayor and City Council in 2004 and began its work on August 1, 2005. The OIM is staffed by thirteen employees, including six monitors, primarily attorneys: the Monitor, a Senior Deputy Monitor, and four Deputy Monitors. In order to perform our research and policy functions, the OIM is also staffed by a Policy Director and two Senior Policy Analysts. Committed to community engagement and public access to OIM work, there is also a Community Relations Director, Youth Outreach Manager, and Youth Outreach Coordinator. The OIM’s work is supported by an Operations Coordinator.
There are other reports available at the OIM site.
To access the OIM webpage click HERE
To access the REPORT or the Executive Summary select the links below.
The Police Response to the 2020 George Floyd Protests in Denver, an Independent Review(PDF, 2MB) and Executive Summary(PDF, 570KB)
NYPD – Riot Review
Investigation into NYPD Response to the George Floyd Protests available HERE