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How to Re-imagine Policing with Front-End Accountability, featuring Barry Friedman

Pinpoint Podcast - September 12, 2019

Chicago gives ‘community policing’ another try

Crain's Chicago - August 28, 2019

Editorial: Words before weapons policy a fitting legacy for N.J. police chief

NJ.Com - August 27, 2019

Camden cops have new use of force policy that should be familiar to them

KYW Newsradio - August 26, 2019

Camden police launch strict ‘last resort’ use-of-force policy. Chief wants it to be national model.

NJ.Com - August 22, 2019

Camden County Police New Use-of-Force Guidelines Hailed as Blueprint for a National Model

NJ Pen - August 22, 2019

Camden County Police Department revises the use of force policy

ABC 6 Philadelphia - August 21, 2019

Camden County Police Department revises use of force guidelines

Cherry Hill Courier-Post - August 21, 2019

Camden County Police Release New Use Of Force Policies

CBS Philly - August 21, 2019

Revised Use Of Force Policy Unveiled By Camden County PD

Patch - August 21, 2019

‘Police must first do no harm’: How one of the nation’s roughest cities is reshaping use-of-force tactics

The Washington Post - August 21, 2019

NYU Policing Project Privacy Audit Determines ShotSpotter Presents Extremely Low Risk of Voice Surveillance

Global NewsWire - July 31, 2019

Who Will Hold the Police Accountable?

The Atlantic - July 25, 2019

A maker of police body cameras won’t use facial recognition yet, for two reasons: Bias and inaccuracy

The Washington Post - June 28, 2019

A Major Police Body Cam Company Just Banned Facial Recognition

The New York Times - June 27, 2019

Major Police Body Camera Manufacturer Rejects Facial Recognition Software

NPR News - June 27, 2019

Police Body Cam Company Says it Won't Use Facial Recognition (For Now)

Vice - June 27, 2019

No facial recognition in police body cams, their biggest maker vows

The Mercury News - June 27, 2019

Axon (formerly Taser) says facial recognition on police body cams is unethical

The Verge - June 27, 2019

Taser Company Axon Isn't Down With Cops Using Facial Recognition Technology Just Yet

Complex - June 27, 2019

A Major Police Body Camera Maker Hits Pause on Face Surveillance

Electronic Frontier Foundation - June 27, 2019

Behind The Body Camera: The Ethics, Adoption And Impact Of Recording Police Interactions

Connecticut Public Radio - June 27, 2019

America's Biggest Police Body-Cam Manufacturer Bans Face Recognition Surveillance—for Now

Gizmodo - June 27, 2019

Leading police bodycam manufacturer bans facial recognition technology

The Hill - June 27, 2019

Axon, the maker of police body cams, won’t pursue facial recognition as a business

Quartz - June 27, 2019

Tech Supplier Rejects Use of Facial Recognition in Police Body Cameras

Courthouse News Service - June 27, 2019

Police, activists comfort shooting victims' families

Austin Weekly News - May 14, 2019

After years of debate, police make major change in number of Nashville traffic stops

The Tennessean - April 17, 2019

LMPD's intensive traffic stops in West End are harassment and need to end

Courier Journal - April 11, 2019

Community policing pilot launches on West Side

Austin Weekly News - April 8, 2019

Shifting from Tasers to AI, Axon wants to use terabytes of data to automate police records and redactions

MuckRock - February 12, 2019