Use of Force Policy Project

As part of our collaboration with Campaign Zero, MuckRock requested use of force policies from the largest police departments in the country.

When a high-profile incident occurs, we’ll publish the relevant policy to provide context to the debate. In addition, we’ll be adding additional policies to this page as we receive them - if you’ve filed one, and you’d like it added, please let us know at info@muckrock.com.

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Join dozens of other requesters in requesting your police department's use of force policy

Join dozens of other requesters in requesting your police department’s use of force policy

Nationwide, there have been horrific instances of police force that avoid prosecution despite appearing closer to abuse or even murder rather than law enforcement. How is that allowed? We’ll help you find out.

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Read St. Anthony Police Department’s Use of Force Policy

Read St. Anthony Police Department’s Use of Force Policy

As part of our collaboration with Campaign Zero, MuckRock requested use of force policies from the 100 largest police departments in the country, including St. Anthony PD. In the wake of the recent release of the dash cam video of the shooting of Philando Castile, we wanted to give you a chance to read the policy yourself.

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Read Nashville Police Department’s Use of Force Policy

Read Nashville Police Department’s Use of Force Policy

As part of our collaboration with Campaign Zero, MuckRock requested use of force policies from the 100 largest police departments in the country, including Tulsa PD. In the wake of the recent release of the video of the shooting of Terence Crutcher, we wanted to give you a chance to read the policy yourself.

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