Numbers alone don’t tell the full story. These reports, data stories, and data visualizations add important context to the use of force data we have gathered, analyzed, harmonized, and shared on Accountable Now.
AP reporters use Accountable Now to source data about police use of force against children and shed light on the need for transformative change in policing.
Check out this Washington Post article highlighting a key reasons why we need a different national approach to collecting and publicizing police use of force data.
Learn about the Police Bill of Rights and why Maryland is the first state to repeal this legislation.
Center for Policing Equity's National Justice Data Base Report on the Seattle Police Department's stops and use of force.
The Cincinnati Enquirer uses data from Accountable Now to compare Cincinnati Police Department's use of force to others across the country.
Bree Spencer joins Conversations with Al McFarlane on Lawyer Talk; discussing the overall mission of Accountable Now and need for transparency in police use of force data.
The Stamford Advocate discusses the cycle of trouble following officers leaving positions over misconduct, citing a specific Ridgefield Police Lt.'s story
Accountable Now data shows police in Fairfax County, Virginia, disproportionately using force against people of color.
The Austin Chronicle announces the launch of Accountable Now and what the database could mean for the future of policing in America.
The Hill cites the release of police use of force data by Accountable Now in the racial injustices in law enforcement.
WKRC (Local 12) uses data from Accountable Now to highlight the disproportionate use of force based on race by Cincinnati Police Department.