The Longform Guide to Police Brutality
A report from the NYC race riots of 1964, the perilous existence of confidential informants, and the militarization of American law enforcement — a collection of articles on police brutality.</p>
A Report from Occupied Territory
On police brutality in New York and the race riots of 1964.
Your Son Is Deceased
Albuquerque has one of the highest rates in the country of fatal shootings by police, and no officer has been indicted.
“Why Did You Shoot Me? I Was Reading a Book”
On the militarization of America’s police forces.
Brutality persists at the famous prison.
The perilous existence of confidential informants.
How California law has shielded police violence in Oakland.
An Officer and an Atrocity
The brutalization of Abner Louima and the tragic fate of a handful of flawed Brooklyn cops.