Center for Criminal Justice Data and Accountability

About the Center

Building on the work that has so far been organized by the Community Law Enforcement Accountability Network (CLEAN), the Center for Criminal Justice Data and Accountability will support the development of a deeper understanding of California policing. The CLEAN initiative was launched by a consortium that includes the Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS), National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the California Reporting Project, Stanford University’s Big Local News and groups across Berkeley.


News and Events

State funds development of first-of-its-kind police misconduct database(link is external)
June 28, 2023  |  Rachel Leven  |  CDSS News

Related Work

EPIC Data lab

Kyla Bourne, BIDS-Accenture Data Science Research Scholar (Criminal Justice)

Computational Research for Equity in the Legal System Training Program (CRELS)

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Contact the Center

BIDS, Sutardja Dai Hall 
2594 Hearst Ave, Suite 621
Berkeley, CA 94720