Communication, Clarity and Data should inform our Social Transformation

I am sharing a comprehensive website about a social change advocacy program with metrics and data about police issues, police policy, and public political policy with safety issues.

Because the website and the data are new to me in recent days, I reserve the right to not agree with nor advocate for *every* *individual* issue.

The content data within the site, as well as the quality of graphics/handouts, and the presentation of relevant data is important to our public conversation.

We can live in a world where the police don't kill people by limiting police interventions, improving community interactions, and ensuring accountability.
comprehensive package of urgent policy solutions - informed by data, research and human rights principles - can change the way police serve our communities.

More at

A four-page PDF, with data and their suggested policy changes is at this link.

We can be better.

We can act better.

We are imperfect.

Political and social change are needed to insure all persons are cared for and protected. 

Stronger social cohesion within more loving & caring communities is possible.

Toward eupan ~

~ marty alan michelson, ph.d.


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