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PA Governor Tom Wolf vetoed a terrible bill that would have mandated a 30-day "cooling off period" to release the names of cops who kill civilians. Here's what he had to say.

"While I am deeply concerned for the safety of the Commonwealth's police officers, government works best when trust and openness exist between citizens and their government, and as such, I cannot sign into law a policy...
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Gov. Tom Wolf vetoes bill that would have delayed ID of police officers involved in shootings

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THIS is how you make America great. Kudos to the University of Iowa Student Legal Services for hosting a perfect know-your-rights event!

Learning ‘cop’ talk important for encounters

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Sensible cannabis laws mean stronger 4th Amendment protections. That said, don't toke in your car, keep your private items in your trunk, and be prepared to flex your rights if need be. Good luck out there!

We Asked a Lawyer What to Do if You're Pulled Over with Weed | VICE | United States

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Colin Kaepernick, we support your know-your-rights work and have educational materials for you to use.

Colin Kaepernick hosted a "Know Your Rights Camp" for more than 100 kids

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Here are the nation's most important police open data projects, including our very own Open Police Complaints!

Open Data Projects Are Fueling the Fight Against Police Misconduct

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It's foolish to believe that police will ever tell the whole story about their interactions with civilians. If we want the entire story, we must put more money into helping civilians tell their side of the story too. #OpenPoliceComplaints

There's no point in collecting data on police shootings and force if cops report inaccurate information

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Resisting arrest is a very dangerous proposition, even if you are a white llama.

AM I BEING DETAINED?

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A 93% year-over-year reduction in complaints is impressive. But the skeptic in me knows that this result could be achieved by shutting down the complaints intake process. I hope that's not the case here.

Police body cameras 'cut complaints against officers' - BBC News

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This is good news. Courts have generally found that running at the sight of cops in a high-crime area creates reasonable suspicion for them to chase you down. But there's a terrible irony here. Namely, people who are most intimidated by police are likely to live in those high-crime areas where the courts say it's okay for police to chase you if they see you running.

Mass. High Court Says Black Men May Have Legitimate Reason To Flee Police

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Police departments – and government agencies in general – are terrible at tracking and releasing data that makes them look bad. But that doesn't mean they won't waste millions of tax-payer dollars pretending to do it.

NYPD can’t count cash they’ve seized because it would crash computers

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Marvelous collaboration between Drug Policy Alliance and Revolve Impact (HT Asha Bandele)

Jay Z: ‘The War on Drugs Is an Epic Fail’

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This is what happens in a data void. #OpenPoliceComplaints #OpenData

Cast-Out Police Officers Are Often Hired in Other Cities

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Collective bargaining agreements between police unions and municipalities discourage citizens from filing misconduct complaints. They do this, for example, by prohibiting most anonymous complaints. They also make it difficult for citizens to find out how their complaints get handled. And in 23 states, officers' personnel files are exempt from public disclosure laws. (This includes civilian...
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When Police Unions Impede Justice

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