Tag: Cleveland consent decree

[audio & video] Hackers, organizers and open data advocates take on Cleveland

A great morning on WCPN’s The Sound of Ideas today with Hack Cleveland folks Aliya Rahman, Nicole Thomas and Indigo Bishop, plus myself and Ryan Sibley from the Sunlight Foundation. Thank you, Mike McIntyre and David C. Barnett. For your listening enjoyment:   Or you can watch us in the studio here (scroll toward the bottom of the page). Although…

This Week in Open

Northeast Ohio had a busy week in data news. This Week in Open will keep you in the know as our local ecosystem grows – hopefully to include you! How? By signing up for our blog feed, following us on Twitter or visiting and liking us on Facebook. This week’s roundup of news and upcoming events highlights the expanding media…

Video, original documents from the US Department of Justice Cleveland Consent Decree

Many thanks to Cleveland City Councilman, Brian Cummins, for posting numerous items related to today’s announcement and release of the United States Department of Justice consent decree with the City of Cleveland concerning its police department. Here is the full video of the announcement, made at 1:30pm today in Cleveland: Finally, the USDOJ has posted (and you can download from…

Read Cleveland Police Department – U.S. Department of Justice Consent Decree

First reports indicate that the collection and analysis of crime and police force data are a part of the consent decree announced today between the City of Cleveland’s police department and the United States Department of Justice. With the civic hackathon Fix 216 at the end of this week focused on related data and a national day of civic hacking…