Read our piece on how The New York City Police Department maintains an expansive and growing database of New Yorkers it claims are “gang-affiliated.”
Episode 4 of our Sidewalk Surveillance video series. This episode we’re tackling the privacy risks of automated license plate readers, networks of high-speed cameras that can track thousands or even millions of cars.
Read our recent report about ALPR's (Automated License Plate Readers) and how the law enforcement and private companies store and share this data for months and even years.
Episode 2 of Sidewalk Surveillance video series. In honor of July Fourth, we’re talking a bit about the history of that informs our debate over privacy and surveillance.
Happy to launch our new Sidewalk Surveillance video series. Excited to talk more about the surveillance equipment we see in NYC neighborhoods and the ways that we're fighting back to protect privacy. This episode’s topic: The POST Act.
On Jun 28, 2019, STOP and the Yemeni American Merchants Association partnered to provide this English / Arabic language Know Your Rights training to educate individuals on what to do if contacted by ICE or law enforcement. Watch the training!
On March 30th, 2019, STOP and the Yemeni American Merchants Association partnered to provide this English / Arabic language Know Your Rights training to educate individuals on what to do if ICE or other DHS officials demand a DNA sample or if they are questioned at the airport. Watch the video!