The Stop LAPD Spying Coalition is a community group building power toward abolition of the police state. We were founded in 2011 and are based at the Los Angeles Community Action Network in Skid Row.
We hold open community meetings on zoom every Tuesday at 6pm.
These are the online version of the meetings we used to have every Tuesday night in the Freedom Room at LA CAN in Skid Row. This week’s meeting is:
What We’ve Been Working On
- Automating Banishment Part 6 – Seed the Fight Against Social MediaCommunity Meeting – Tuesday May 24th at 6PM Recordings of Previous Meetings and Webinars HERE Join us this … Continue reading Automating Banishment Part 6 – Seed the Fight Against Social Media
- Social Media in the Police StateCommunity Townhall Recording Here – Tuesday May 17th at 6PM Join us for an interactive Community Townhall on … Continue reading Social Media in the Police State
- PT 102: Non-Profit Infiltration & Youth SurveillanceWEBINAR PART 102 Recording here – Tuesday May 10th at 6PM Recordings of Webinars 1 – 101 HERE … Continue reading PT 102: Non-Profit Infiltration & Youth Surveillance
- Lawsuit Challenging LAPD’s Refusal to Identify Echo Park CamerasThe Stop LAPD Spying Coalition has filed a new lawsuit confronting LAPD’s refusal to disclose records reflecting the … Continue reading Lawsuit Challenging LAPD’s Refusal to Identify Echo Park Cameras
- PT 101: Police State and the Criminalization of Gender and SexualityWEBINAR PART 101 – Tuesday May 3rd at 6PM Recordings of Webinars 1 – 100 HERE — Surveillance … Continue reading PT 101: Police State and the Criminalization of Gender and Sexuality
- Stop LAPD Spying Sues City Councilman Paul KoretzThe Stop LAPD Spying Coalition filed a public records lawsuit today confronting City Councilmember Paul Koretz’s failure to … Continue reading Stop LAPD Spying Sues City Councilman Paul Koretz
Our Research and Resources
Automating Banishment, our 2021 community-based report on the relationship of “data-driven” policing to real estate developent, displacement, settler colonialism, police reform, and counter-insurgency
Defund Surveillance, our campaign to dissect and defund LAPD’s $3.1 billion yearly budget
The Stalker State, an interactive journey through the architecture police use to control us
The Algorithmic Ecology, a tool for mapping the need to organize against the entire ecosystem that surrounds police algorithms, beyond the technology alone
Before the Bullet Hits the Body, our community-based report on the racist violence of LAPD’s first-generation “predictive policing” programs