Jamie Kalven Discusses Chicago Database to Hold Police Accountable
HOST INTRO: A database made public this week, compiles over two thousand lawsuits and complaints against New York City police officers. The aim is to hold officers accountable for misconduct. But critics are worried about false allegations sullying the data. Jamie Kalven – a journalist with the Intercept, created a similar database in Chicago a few years ago with the Invisible Institute – an organization he founded to help hold public institutions accountable to the public.
OUTRO: That was Jamie Kalven, an investigative reporter with the Intercept, and, founder of the Invisible Institute.