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Video Archive

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    Emerson Collective Demo Day 2021

    Every December, Emerson brings together educators, entrepreneurs, activists, organizers, journalists, artists, and scientists who are changing their communities and the country for the better to give lightning talks about their work.
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    New York State's Criminal Justice Data

    A look at why it's so hard to get access to New York State's criminal justice data.
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    Webinar on Improving Data for Racial Equity in Policing

    Measures for Justice has been working to develop a national, standardized set of police performance measures for three years. We’ve done this work with input from community leaders and police experts. Now we are taking the last step in codifying these measures into a workable draft we will pilot this year. That step comes in the form of a roundtable in partnership with the Center for Open Data Enterprise (CODE). On January 24, 2022, we hosted the first part of that roundtable: a Webinar on Improving Data for Racial Equity in Policing. Featured speakers discussed how data can be used to improve policing and community safety, including: Amy Bach, Executive Director, Measures for Justice Sam Sinyangwe, Founder and CEO, Police Scorecard Channing Nesbitt, Social Impact Program Specialist, Tableau Foundation Dr. Nancy La Vigne, Senior Fellow, Council on Criminal Justice Darrell Malone, Founder, National Police Data Coalition Julie Ciccolini, Director of Law Enforcement Accountability, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Damon Woods, Director, Racial Equity Alliance, XPrize Paul Wormeli, Innovation Strategist, Wormeli Consulting, LLC
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    Transparency, Trust, Accountability

    Open, available, transparent data is the common language we need to make real change in criminal justice--change that has buy-in from communities and the prosecutors, courts, police who serve them.
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    Welcome to Commons

    A short overview of Commons: an online space for access to your community's criminal justice data. The Commons dashboard is co-created with community representatives and the prosecutors, police, and courts who serve them.
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    The Data Gap

    The country's data infrastructure needs a massive upgrade. If data transparency is critical to system reform--and it is--then we need to take steps to improve how we handle our data from collection to release.
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    The Community Transparency Portal

    Currently, we’re prototyping a “Community Transparency Portal” in Yolo County, California, that will let prosecutors share specific data points with their communities, track progress on signature goals like increasing diversions, and track cost savings and historic trends.
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    How People Are Using The Data

    Our work has so many applications, from helping district attorneys increase diversion rates to helping legislators craft better data laws. Here we’ve captured just a few of our user stories.
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    What The Portal Can Do

    MFJ's Data Portal is an immensely powerful resource for anyone interested in finding out how local criminal justice systems are working. Find out how it works and what it can do for you.
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    Why We Do It

    At Measures for Justice our goal is to make available data that can help assess how well local criminal justice systems are working. People measure and track everything in America; it's time the criminal justice system got the same oversight.

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