National Police Misconduct Reporting Project
Our friends at the Cato Institute, having previously published a study on botched drug raids and the paramilitarization of law enforcement, has launched the National Police Misconduct Reporting Project, which hopes to track incidents of abuse of power and other issues with police misconduct around the country.
The website comes full of information, raging from maps with documented instances of police misconduct to various databases of statistics.
If this is an issue with which you are concerned, and you should be given the tools and paramilitarization of police, you really should check out what Cato’s new project has to offer. You can also follow the project on Twitter and Facebook.