The results of Freedom of Information Law requests filed in court by the New York Civil Liberties Union to find information on 23 police departments and their their policies on high-stakes interactions like uses of force, data on whom they stop and why, and how they train their officers. Over 15,600 pages of documents, many of which the public has never seen, to piece together a comprehensive understanding of what rules govern police actions.
ACLU Wants to Know …
ACLU: If you’re a person of color who’s had the police called on you for inexplicable or racist reasons, share your experiences and ideas in the submission form below. We may use your story in an evolving collection that we will feature on our website