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Police Data Accessibility Project

Tools for our community to collaborate on a unified source of police data.


The Police Data Accessibility Project is a nonprofit based in Pittsburgh, PA.

We help people learn about the police through public records from the criminal legal system—law enforcement, courts, and jails. We do this by locating and documenting sources of data on the internet, helping people make records requests, writing web scrapers, and facilitating collaboration between people working on their local systems.

To learn more, head to

To request data, fill out this form.

To volunteer your data skills for requestors in need of help, fill out this form.

To contribute in other ways, start with


  1. scrapers Public

    Code relating to scraping public police data.

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  2. meta Public

    Planning our activities with issues that don't fit in a specific repository yet.

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