Panelist Delroy Burton: A Cop for Transparency

As the debate over who will access body camera footage in D.C. continues in advance of the expansion of the District’s body-cam program, Delroy Burton—chair of the D.C. Police Union and panelist on “Technology and Police Accountability”—has consistently argued for greater public access to footage. See his position quoted in the article below, and come to the panel on Friday at 3:30 to hear all sides of the story.

“With More Body-Worn Cameras Coming, Debate Shifts To Who’ll Get To See Video”


Slate Writes Up Cynthia Conti-Cook, NY Legal Aid’s Cop Accountability Project

Panelist Cynthia Conti-Cook has exploded the possibilities for public defenders protecting civil rights and holding police accountable.

“The Bad Cop Database”