Public Police Conduct Disclosure Website (2022)

Video Edition Updated

Arizona Prosecuting Attorney’s Advisory Council (Phoenix, AZ)

Population: 7,174,000 | Number of Members: 858 | Contact Information

The Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys’ Advisory Council (APAAC) has developed a public, internet accessible database (often referred to as a Brady list) that contains names of law enforcement officers for whom there are materials which must be provided in discovery in order to comply with Brady v. Maryland and its progeny. 

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Florida State Attorney’s Office, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Data Dashboard (2020)

Video Edition Updated

Office of the State Attorney of the Fourth Judicial Circuit (Jacksonville, FL)

Population: 1,265,632 | Number of Full-Time Prosecutors: 110 | Contact Information

Created with Florida International University and Loyola University of Chicago, the Office of the State Attorney of the Fourth Judicial Circuit‘s data dashboard was published in December of 2020 and focuses on prosecutorial performance indicators (PPIs).

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Software Notifies Victims and Offenders of Critical Safety Information After a Domestic Violence Arrest (2021)

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San Diego County District Attorney’s Office (San Diego, CA)

Population: 3,343,360 | Number of Full-Time Prosecutors: 324 | Contact Information

The San Diego County District Attorney’s Office (SDCDA) is using specialized software to notify domestic violence victims of case updates through a series of texts that provide the name and telephone number of the assigned deputy district attorney; the decision on whether to proceed with the case; a variety of ways to obtain victim services; and, links to a supporting website with FAQs and local resources. Funded by an original grant from Innovative Prosecution Solutions, the software sent text message warnings to domestic violence suspects in cases when charges could not be filed.

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SPECIALIZED STAFF AND MODERNIZED CASE MANAGEMENT IMPROVES RESPONSE TO VIOLENT CRIME (2020)

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Clare County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office (Harrison, MI)

Population: 30,856 | Number of Full-Time Prosecutors: 5 | Contact Information

The Clare County Prosecutor’s Office (CCPO) is using its IPS grant to procure a paperless case management system and to staff dedicated positions for two attorneys and an investigator who will focus on violent offenses.

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GIS SOFTWARE PROMOTES DATA DRIVEN RESOURCE ALLOCATION FOR VIOLENT CRIME INVESTIGATIONS (2020)

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Manhattan District Attorney’s Office (New York, NY)

Population: 1,629,000 | Number of Full-time Prosecutors: 500 | Contact Information

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office (DANY) is using Innovative Prosecution Solution (IPS) grant funds to enhance intelligence-driven prosecution by modernizing its Crime Strategies Unit (CSU) and increasing the technical toolbox of DANY prosecutors.

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NEW ELECTRONIC COLLECTION SYSTEM IMPROVES COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS OF CRIME DATA (2020)

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The South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination (Columbia, South Carolina)

State Population: 5,118,425 | Contact Information

The South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination (SCCPC) is using an IPS grant to  develop a prosecution data collection system which will automate the crime data reporting process. The new system will standardize data entry from 16 different prosecution offices in the jurisdiction, enhancing SCCPC’s ability to analyze and distribute data to the state legislature and other criminal justice partners.  In addition, SCCPC is also hiring additional staff to assist with database administration and to liaison with prosecution offices.

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DA BECOMES CUSTODIAN OF DIGITAL EVDIENCE WITH NEW STORAGE SYSTEM (2020)

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Fulton County District Attorney’s Office (Atlanta, GA)

Population: 1,041,000 | Contact Information

The Fulton County District Attorney (FCDA) is using IPS grant funds to hire a designated investigator and contract with FileOnQ to build an evidence storage system for the thousands of case files and pieces of evidence it has retained over the years as the designated custodian of evidence for all criminal trials in the county.

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