Measures for Justice, Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, and Tableau Foundation bringing data, community engagement investments to criminal justice reform movement

Press Release: Measures for Justice, Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, and Tableau Foundation bringing data, community engagement investments to criminal justice reform movement Read the PDF Version FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Partnership to scale use of racial data, analytics by prosecutors offices to advance transparency and accountability  Rochester, NY (11 MAY 2021)-- Measures for Justice, the

By |2021-05-11T12:32:24-04:00May 11th, 2021|Announcements, APA In The News, Featured, Prosecutorial Dashboards, Technology|Comments Off on Measures for Justice, Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, and Tableau Foundation bringing data, community engagement investments to criminal justice reform movement

Highlight: Legislative Tool for Prosecutors

From the NCSL website: “The National Conference of State Legislatures provides you with up-to-date, real-time information on law enforcement legislation that has been introduced in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. The database contains policing bills and executive orders introduced as of May 25, 2020, that are in response to recent events.” In light

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Faulty Technology Behind Ankle Monitors

View Original Story Electronic GPS monitoring within the criminal justice system isn’t widespread. But it’s become more prevalent in recent years. In 2005, around 53,000 people were supervised with monitors, according to the PEW Charitable Trusts. By 2015, that number had reached more than 125,000 people. That’s a 136 percent increase in just 10 years. Some people see the

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Aging tech may result in absent evidence

By Alan J. Keays, VTDigger RUTLAND — A recording device worn by the state trooper who pulled over a Rutland firefighter later charged with impersonating a police officer wasn't working during that traffic stop — or any other stop that day, newly released information shows. Such failures are happening more frequently as the devices near

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