This Project provides a tool - accessible to prosecutors, defense attorneys, journalists, and the public - for tracking court orders finding that a police officer broke the law.

 

The court orders are known as "suppression orders" because the improper police conduct is most often recognized while "suppressing" evidence that was recovered through the improper conduct.

Tracking these suppression orders, and related information, will help identify officers who are repeat offenders, important trends, and precincts that boast troubling practices. 

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