Sunday, October 9, 2011

SOSEN - Fall 2011 Newsletter


Huge Thank You

Sent to us via the "Contact Us" form and posted with permission.

By Anonymous:
Holy Cow!

It's about time a site exactly like this has been started.

Thanks so much for your efforts.

Information like this is ridiculously difficult to locate.

Once again, my family says Thank You!


2010 Annual Report - The National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project

Original Article

Below is just a couple snapshots of this long article/study. Click the link above for the full article. What this article shows to me is that instead of police being "held to a higher standard" like we are told they are, it's the opposite. They get charged less and when they are charged, the sentence is a lot lighter than the general public (last photo).

Introduction:
This is the 2010 National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project (NPMSRP) Police Misconduct Statistical Report. This report is the result of data captured from January 2010 through December 2010 by the NPMSRP consisting of reports that meet credibility criteria which have been gathered from multiple media sources throughout the United States. For more information about the NPMSRP, the process used to gather data on police misconduct, and other information about our reporting process please visit our FAQ page or About page. You can also review older statistical reports and ancillary reports here.