This Friday, we’re hosting the first of a number of ongoing free trainings focused on uncovering how COVID-19 is impacting communities around the United States. Come join us, and subscribe to the project newsletter to get first look at key data sets, free training, and more.
This Friday, we’re joining together with partners to host a free training for journalists, organizers, and the public to better understand how to use open records to bring more transparency to policing.
Curious where to start when it comes to FOIA and public records? Want something from government but not sure how to ask? This Thursday we’re hosting a free FOIA 101 training to help you become a better requester. The training is online and free, but RSVPs are required to reserve your place.
Recently, MuckRock hit a new milestone: the 70,000th request we had helped file on behalf of our users. Here’s a little of what goes on behind the scenes and how you can have your support for that mission multiplied by 12 through the end of the year.
MuckRock would not exist without the amazing community of requesters that have helped us grow over the years. If you’ve been impacted by the recent news industry layoffs, we want to help by offering free “Mini Pro” accounts that let you file and embargo your requests, as well as opportunities for free upcoming training.
Benjamin Jason Straw (former Military Police) – Resume(s) and any and all other papers and documents submitted to Etna Borough and to the Etna Borough Police Department for consideration of his employment.