Category Archives: Data-Informed Community-Focused Policing

AUTOMATING BANISHMENT: The Surveillance and Policing of Looted Land

Read Automating Banishment: The Surveillance and Policing of Looted Land, our new community-based report on the relationships between “data-driven policing” and real estate development, displacement, settler colonialism, and conquest. The report is available with interactive maps at automatingbanishment.org. You can also download a pdf of the report or download a short summary. This community-based report … Continue reading AUTOMATING BANISHMENT: The Surveillance and Policing of Looted Land

Data-Driven Policing: Abolition Requires a Culture of Resistance

Read our new article in Issue 35 of The Abolitionist, Critical Resistance‘s “publication dedicated to the strategy and practice of prison industrial complex abolition.” You can read the article below, download the pdf here, and subscribe to The Abolitionist here. Data-Driven Policing: Abolition Requires a Culture of Resistance By Stop LAPD Spying Coalition Policing is … Continue reading Data-Driven Policing: Abolition Requires a Culture of Resistance

ZINE: Blueprint for Displacement

Read our new zine Blueprint for Displacement: Breaking Down LAPD’s “Echo Park Rehabilitation After-Action Report.” The zine was created in collaboration between the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition, Los Angeles Commnity Action Network, and Street Watch LA. The zine exposes the year-long campaign by LAPD and other city entities to surveill, harass, and evict Echo Park Lake Residents. The police state has no … Continue reading ZINE: Blueprint for Displacement

PT 67: Police State and “Crime Prevention Though Environmental Design”

 WEBINAR PART 67 Recording Here – Tuesday July 27th at 6PM Recordings of Webinars 1 – 66 HERE — Surveillance 101 Teach-In: 1 – 4 HERE Not A Moment In Time: Zine Issue: 1 – 2 HERE The National Security Police State always uses crisis like this to expand oppression, to expand surveillance, accumulate new … Continue reading PT 67: Police State and “Crime Prevention Though Environmental Design”