police

Policing From Reform to Abolition

To understand the police abolition movement, it helps to begin by thinking of the demands around policing in America as a continuum with 4 positions. I want to talk about each of these, give you some resources to learn more about them, and share with you how I'm thinking. I hope you find this helpful in finding your own place along the continuum.

Policing, Accountability, and What Comes Next

If you are outraged about the murder of George Floyd and wondering what can be done, join me in pledging to take these steps and to recommit to these steps again in a few months

Policing the American University

A study of staffing levels and arrest patterns and trends for campus police departments in the United States.

Policing the American University: Appendix B

A study of staffing levels and arrest patterns and trends for campus police departments in the United States.

Campus Policing Tookit

Using data to understand policing at your local college.

Policing the American University out now!

The report by Civilytics Consulting covers the history of campus police departments and describes where campus police departments are located, how many people they employ, what kind of arrests they make, and how they compare to city police departments.

Police Accountability Factsheets

A community by community look at policing across the United States.

Building an Inclusive Public Analytics Platform for Police Data

A Medium post about building police analytics in public.

Police Arrest Prototype

Building police analytics in public.

Kaggle Data Science for Good - Center for Policing Equity

Center for Policing Equity (CPE) Kaggle Competition