To our News21 partners
Thank you for your interest in the News21 project on police reform and accountability in America. Our journalists have produced a multimedia package of 14 main investigative and explanatory stories, nearly 20 pieces of bonus content, plus three podcast episodes and several video stories. We also will publish Spanish-language stories, videos and audio pieces. Media outlets are welcome to use any piece of content – free of charge – so long as you agree to our terms and conditions.
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Main content downloads
Oct. 14, 2022
La policía en una ciudad de Colorado trabaja para generar confianza con la comunidad de inmigrantes
Oct. 13, 2022
Fighting hate: Approaches range from expanding hate crime definitions to gathering data
Oct. 11, 2022
Police de-escalation training downsizes use of force
Oct. 10, 2022
Number of civilian oversight agencies rises
Oct. 6, 2022
Policymakers, activists and nonprofits lead way to bring more transparency to police departments
Oct. 3, 2022
Battle for police reform has been fought for decades
Oct. 3, 2022
Police unions play multiple roles in reform efforts
Bonus Content Downloads
EDITOR’S NOTE: In addition to our main project stories, we’re offering “bonus content.” Check out our stories here.
Sept. 28, 2022
Why police unions keep negotiations secret
Sept. 22, 2022
States seek ways to provide police misconduct information
Sept. 21, 2022
Q&A: Bridging the trust gap between police and LGBTQ people
Sept. 20, 2022
Artists depict people killed in police encounters
Sept. 20, 2022
Police hire more civilian investigators to shore up ranks
Sept. 20, 2022