All police employees - no matter how well-intentioned some individually may be - operate according to claimed double-standards. The "right" to steal money from others in their community to protect them. Justice can never be arrived at through that institution - not through more oversight boards, different personnel, or police-worn cameras. Incentives matter. A norm that positions some as "rulers" and others as "ruled" is not conducive to liberty. We can do better.

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In early 2009 – a year before CopBlock.org came online – David Packman started Injustice Everywhere to catalog police misconduct with weekly reports, editorials, statistical analysis and quarterly maps. (If you never visited the site...

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Making the Case for More Police Accountability

February 3, 2011 | 23 Comments

One of the many great things that David Packman does with his National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project is put the data that he collects into perspective so that we statistical laypeople can make...

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The National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project (NPMSRP) was started in March of 2009 as a method of recording and analyzing police misconduct in the United States through the utilization of news media reports...

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