Police Accountability

Policing Project drafts innovative new use of force policy for Camden

Policing Project drafts innovative new use of force policy for Camden

Today, the Camden County Police Department announced adoption of its innovative, revised use of force policy drafted with the help of the Policing Project. The new policy — vetted and revised with the ACLU of New Jersey — is one of the most progressive use of force policies in the nation.

LA Times Endorses Policing Project and LA Police Commission Body Cam Project

In a strong editorial the LA Times praised the LA Police Commission – with whom the Policing Project is partnering – for seeking public input on the difficult question of whether and when to release body camera video after an officer involved shooting. On the [...]

Policing Project Calls on DOJ for More Comprehensive and Accurate Data on Arrest-Related Deaths

In the last several years, a string of high-profile police shootings of unarmed civilians — primarily black men — has attracted national attention, including in the 2016 presidential campaign.

But the federal government continues to have problems collecting complete and accurate data on these shootings, mainly because [...]

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