2. Police Misconduct
My fellow African American male face
issues of racial profiling, death and police
brutality. Wrongfully accused, and
injustice puts African American males in
jail or in the ground. My fellow man make
up over 75% of the population in
penitentiaries across the United States.
3. National Police Misconduct
National Police Misconduct Reporting Project (NPMRP)
The NPMRP is a non-governmental, non-partisan independent project that will attempt to determine the
extent of police misconduct in the United States
From January 2010 through December 2010 the National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting
Project recorded 4,861 unique reports of police misconduct that involved 6,613 sworn law enforcement
officers and 6,826 alleged victims.
• 4,861 – Unique reports of police misconduct tracked
• 6,613 - Number of sworn law enforcement officers involved (354 were agency leaders such as chiefs or
• 6,826 - Number of alleged victims involved
• 247 – Number of fatalities associated with tracked reports
• $346,512,800 – Estimated amount spent on misconduct-related civil judgments and settlements
excluding sealed settlements, court costs, and attorney fees.
7. Sontcera’s Solution
The National Police Misconduct News Feed that’s on Twitter. It
is used to aggregate the police misconduct-related reports
tracked each day.
Technology can be used to monitor the out of control police
brutality. Social media is easily available on our phones. Also
if we are quick and finger ready. police brutality can be
recorded on our phones and uploaded to twitter in just a few
The only problem that exist is proper advertisement and mobile
application support for
8. What criteria does a story have to meet to be in the feed?
There are a number of factors that go into determining what reports are published to the feed and
are put into the database for statistical analysis:
1.The story must be about an alleged or confirmed case of misconduct by a current (at the time of
the incident) law enforcement officer while on duty or a criminal act by an officer while off-duty.
2.Each story is categorized by status as Allegations, Investigations, Litigation, Charges, Trials,
Disciplinary Actions, Resignations/Firings, Settlements, Judgments, Convictions, and Sentences.
3.Stories about the same incident that do not indicate a change in status, as outlined above, are
excluded as duplicate unless they concern additional allegations or findings that were not included
in the original report and would, therefore, qualify as an additional incident/allegation/finding
beyond the original report.
4.There is a threshold that limits stories to incidents that would be considered harmful to the general
public or indicative of problematic tendencies on the part of law enforcement officers, therefore
stories about minor interdepartmental policy infractions are excluded
9. Fighting Police Misconduct with Technology.
I am aware that police brutality is everywhere.
This is my reason for using a globally known
social media source to help all citizens of
every country to have police brutality
reporting at their fingertips. I want to
advertise & advocate the (NPMRP) like it’s
World Starr Hiphop.