Nearly two years into pandemic, DOC continues to enforce restrictions on civil liberties of incarcerated people, fails on transparencyOctober 27, 2021
Eight months into the project, we fear that body cameras won’t live up to their promise and will become another tool in the police department’s arsenal to collect information on residents, evade accountability, and obfuscate how APD polices the city.October 13, 2021
In sweeping victory, the court says the Dunleavy Administration violated the First Amendment and free speech clause of Alaska Constitution.October 8, 2021
City no closer to delivering body-worn camera program that improves public safety.October 7, 2021
Legal team files motion to hold City of Nome in contempt of court and for sanctions.September 16, 2021
The ACLU of Alaska’s board of directors has chosen longtime Anchorage-based attorney and advocate, Susan Orlansky, as the part-time interim executive director for the civil liberties organization.