In light of the recent Supreme Court case that came out a couple weeks ago that found that GPS tracking constitutes a search under the Fourth Amendment, and therefore requires a warrant we wanted to go over your rights to protect your data if you end up in a situation where you record police misconduct on your phone.
The Civil Liberties Defense Center is hosting a community forum entitled: “Policing the Police: Your Right to Record Law Enforcement” This event is free and open to the public and is wheelchair accessible.
The Civil Liberties Defense Center is proud to announce a FREE “Know Your Rights” training for the public presented in both English and Spanish. Designed for all age groups; come and learn about your constitutional rights particularly how to exercise your rights when dealing with police.
This legal primer is intended to be a basic legal resource for activists and legal observers involved in protests at or around railroads, ports, and energy facilities. Use this guide […]
Copwatchers are on the lookout for police brutality at all times, not just when a demonstration or protest is taking place. However, the goals of decreasing police brutality and keeping cops accountable for their actions against citizens are the same. They also practice careful documentation of any incidents.
CLDC’s guide to using corporate logos, also known as brand jamming. This guide will help navigate trademark and copyright rules.
Links to FBI crime statistics, legal resources, other websites with information regarding constitutional rights.
Training PowerPoints, brochures, pamphlets, zines, flyers, and other information