Recommended Sites to Visit

Toxic Cops YouTube Channel

803PoliceVideos – Patrick has documented various interactions with police in Columbia, South Carolina – from being assaulted while trying to process a FOI request, to being threatened for recording in public, his channel has something for everyone.

Ryan Scott –  One of Ryan’s first videos of his interactions with police went viral. It was an embarrassment to the police, and rightfully so. However, since that first viral video, he has been the subject of some questionable stops by police in Dekaulb County, IL.  However, he has not let their illegal intimidation stop him from doing what he loves – putting the pressure on the local cops.

Bad Cop, No Donut! – One of the web’s best resources for ‘bad cop’ news.

Photography Is Not A Crime (PINAC) –  Photography is Not a Crime, which became known as PINAC,  inspired many new blogs, Youtube channels and Facebook pages that became dedicated to documenting police abuses throughout the country, sparking the movement that continues to grow today that is holding police accountable better than the mainstream media, politicians or the police themselves. Today, it is an evolving multi-staffed news site of writers, researchers and correspondents in almost every state.

Copblock.org