Event Calendar

Thursday, October 6, 2022

NACDL FREE LIVE Webinar: "Best Practices for Tracking Police Misconduct"

Start Date: 10/6/2022 3:00 PM EDT
End Date: 10/6/2022 4:00 PM EDT

Venue Name: via Zoom

DC  United States 

Event Website: https://www.nacdl.org/Event/NACDL-FREE-LIVE-Webinar-Best-Practices-for-Trackin

Organization Name: NACDL Full Disclosure Project

Margaret Ringler
Email: Fulldisclosure@nacdl.org
Phone: (202) 872-8600

NACDL FREE LIVE Webinar: "Best Practices for Tracking Police Misconduct"



Join NACDL’s Full Disclosure Project to learn the best practices on how to start tracking police misconduct data or improve your current practices. We’ll cover hidden places to look for data, how to create a feasible collection plan, and effective systems for organizing your data. We’ll show approaches from the advanced and involved to the low-tech and simple - so you can apply these methods with whatever resources you have. Learn more about The Full Disclosure Project: https://www.nacdl.org/Landing/FullDisclosureProject

LOCATION: Online LIVE Web Training
DATE: Thursday, October 6, 2022
TIME: 3:00 – 4:00pm ET (12:00 – 1:00pm PT)
CLE: No CLE credits are being offered for this program

QUESTIONS? Contact Fulldisclosure@nacdl.org

Margaret Ringler is NACDL's Full Disclosure Project Coordinator. She is responsible for engaging, preparing, and supporting organizations in setting up databases to track police misconduct, creating public guides and templates, as well as managing the Project’s outreach and building partnerships. She joined NACDL in 2020 after building grassroots organizing power at Community Change, advancing campaigns to end money bail at the Pretrial Justice Institute, and investigating at the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia. Outside of her role at NACDL, Margaret shifts narratives about safety facilitating alternatives to calling the police workshops, joined Showing Up for Racial Justice to mobilize white people into intersectional alliances, and organizes for the equitable redistribution of wealth.