$400,000 Grant for Chicago Police-Misconduct Database

A Chicago organization that has worked to help make allegations of police misconduct more transparent and the data accessible to residents was given a grant Tuesday to expand its work.

The Citizens Police Data Project, which is headed by The Invisible Institute and The Experimental Station, was given a $400,000 Knight News Challenge on Data grant to expand its online database to allow the public to better track and analyze police misconduct reports.

Via Chicago tech project will make police misconduct complaints more accessible @ Chicago Tribune.

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