We recently did a story on policing in Wisconsin, focusing on the laws currently on the books and policies on things like cop-related deaths, a “bad cop” registry and use of force. Our managing editor Peter Cameron discusses that story and more in our first podcast.
An interactive model illustrating the total number of tests per day, positive tests per day and the positive test rate per day.
An interactive model on the number of deaths attributed to the pandemic.
More than two months after George Floyd – but prior to Kenosha shooting – police in Wisconsin enjoy high approval rating
Support for Black Lives Matter movement has trended in opposite direction
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After Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers issued a mask mandate for all public indoor spaces last month, state Republicans questioned its constitutionality and hinted at legal or legislative action. But polling has shown a large majority of Wisconsin residents support the mandate, and Republicans have not yet moved against it.
State already has “bad cop” registry, requires independent investigations of police-related deaths; Criminal justice expert gives state a grade of B
Many say that’s unfair. Some are trying to change it.