Tag: Indianapolis

Making Police Data Open: Use of Force & Complaints in Context

Last year, Indianapolis Police Department officers working the middle shift in the Eastern District received at least twice as many… Continue reading on Medium »

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This Week in Civic Tech: Indianapolis PD Opens Use-of-Force Data, Machine Learning Leaps Forward

This Week in Civic Tech presents a line up of notable events in the space that connects citizens to government services. Topics cover latest startups, hackathons, open data initiatives and other influencers. Check back each week for updates. Indianapolis PD Opens

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Indianapolis launches open data portal for police incidents

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is now releasing data on officer encounters in a new open data portal. (Wikimedia Commons) In a bid to build trust among its citizens, Indianapolis announced it released information about potentially controversial police incidents in a new open

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