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Polygraphs

Primary documents and FOIA requests for my October 2018 Wired feature on polygraphs

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California ICE Communications

Communications between Cali law enforcement and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement

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Dozens of Atlanta police officers have resigned since the shooting of Rayshard Brooks

Dozens of Atlanta police officers have resigned since the shooting of Rayshard Brooks

In the days after Floyd’s death, then-Chief of Police Erika Shields became a visible law enforcement supporter of protestors. Then the Atlanta Police Department created its own reason for national outcry.

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Over a hundred people have requested their police use-of-force policies — join them!

Over a hundred people have requested their police use-of-force policies — join them!

On June 5, MuckRock began an Assignment to help begin to better understand how use of force policies and data are being tracked by local law enforcement agencies. We’ve had nearly 100 submissions from all over the country, but you can still add yours.

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This week’s FOIA round-up: DMVs selling out the public, cop fails cocaine-or-bird-poop test, and a Providence bike fight

This week’s FOIA round-up: DMVs selling out the public, cop fails cocaine-or-bird-poop test, and a Providence bike fight

A star quarterback’s career almost cut short over a case of fecal misidentification, a questionable profit center for departments of motor vehicles, and the citizen gripes behind a brewing Rhode Island bike war. All in a week’s work for public records.

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Is the new officer policing your local beat actually a robot?

Is the new officer policing your local beat actually a robot?

MuckRock recently learned about Huntington Park, California’s “RoboCop.” Help us learn if your local police are looking to purchase a new robo-officer.

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Huntington Park's new “RoboCop” stores pedestrians' faces, scans license plates, and costs $8,000 a month to run

Huntington Park’s new “RoboCop” stores pedestrians’ faces, scans license plates, and costs $8,000 a month to run

Back in June, the Huntington Park Police Department in California announced the newest addition to the force: A 400-pound security robot dubbed “HP RoboCop.” According to recently released materials, the agency is paying $8,000 a month for the robot, which has several previously unreported features, such as facial and license plate recognition.

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