Police Misconduct Resources

American Civil Liberties Union:
The ACLU is our nation’s guardian of liberty, working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country.

America’s toughest Sheriff?
The truth about Phoenix’s nutty and cruel Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Bad Cop, No Donut:
A regular feature on The Bitter End radio show.

Blue Must Be True:
“… to hold law enforcement officers and government officials accountable when police performance lacks integrity and professionalism.”

Keeping an eye on police corruption in the United Kingdom.

Roadblock Revelations:
“General information and discussions regarding growing threats to our right to privacy & travel”.

Fights police abuse, brutality, and corruption. It’s a national group with lots of local chapters, but it started with Berkeley Copwatch (I was a member when I lived there), and that’s probably still their most effective local group. “Policing the police.”

Drue Myers Journal:
Ongoing coverage of official corruption cases, with a strong interest in criminal cops, prosecutors, judges, and jailers.

Flex Your Rights:
Protect your rights during police encounters.

Info & advice about California red light camera tickets.

Injustice Everywhere:
“… gathering information about reported incidents of police misconduct across the US, analyzing and compiling statistics based from several sources, and then publishing the results of all this information in a reader-friendly way in order to encourage informed debate where it was once impossible to do.

The Innocence Project:
Last chance after a guilty verdict.

Judicial Transparency now
and San Diego Judges:
These sites track crooked judges, focused in the San Diego area.

National Lawyers Guild:
Lawyers with consciences.

Well-funded organization runs video stings of police operations.

News and information on police brutality and criminality.

Photography is Not a Crime:
Activist Carlos Miller’s blog keeps an eye on the more egregious cases of police misconduct, especially in interactions with reporters and photographers.

“… allows registered users to leave written feedback about their interactions with police officers, and rank the officer’s service based on three criteria: Professionalism, Fairness and Satisfaction.”

Real cover-up and corruption by law enforcement. Real family frustration and heartbreak.

What to expect and how to handle the situation

Simple Justice:
A New York criminal defense blog, with a healthy distaste for police corruption and misconduct.

Truth in Justice:
An educational non-profit organized to educate the public regarding the vulnerabilities in the U. S. criminal justice system that make the criminal conviction of wholly innocent persons possible

When the police don’t take no for an answer
by Claire Wolfe, Backwoods Home Magazine

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