Police accountability


Be a Seed for Change

The tragic incidents of violence against citizens and police officers during the last couple of weeks have served as the latest reminder of how far we as a nation have to go to improve police-community relations.

While we continue to mourn the loss of life, we still confront the reality that more work must be done to change the systems that have long bred injustice in communities across the country. By improving police accountability and transparency, we can take the steps to renew our trust in those who have taken the solemn pledge to protect and serve us.

If you are looking for ways to improve police accountability, you can add your signature to one of the petitions below.

  1. Create a National Database for Police Shootings: Neill Franklin, a 34-year veteran of the Maryland State Police and Baltimore Police Department, started a petition in 2014 that continues the calls…

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