An important aspect of accountable public service is citizen recourse and the ability for the community to share information regarding any potential mistreatment, including situations that may violate agency policies and procedures and/or local ordinances or law. National law enforcement accreditation standards call for agencies to have a process for collecting complaint information and have a process for making data about the complaints available to the community.
The agencies below have all released data regarding complaints and what some agencies describe as “internal affairs” cases or investigations, which involve investigation of allegations of employee wrongdoing.
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|Bloomington Police Department||Bloomington||IN||https://goo.gl/A0TDtc||Nuisance Complaints|
|Bloomington Police Department||Bloomington||IN||https://goo.gl/JOF8TV||Citizen Complaints|
|Indianapolis Police Department||Indianapolis||IN||https://goo.gl/iFETBD||Citizen Complaints|
|North Bergen Police Department||North Bergen||NJ||https://goo.gl/OpAADf||Officers Complaints|
|Philadelphia Police Department||Philadelphia||PA||https://goo.gl/07I8zk||Citizen Complaints|
|South Bend Police Department||South Bend||IN||https://goo.gl/0DmjdX||Citizen Complaints|
|Tacoma Police Department||Tacoma||WA||https://goo.gl/8ftO1Z||Complaint Allegations with Findings|