WhoWasInCommand answers key questions about the structure, behaviour and people in charge of security forces like the police and army:
WhoWasinCommand presents data from thousands of public sources to help human rights researchers, investigative journalists and anyone who wants security forces to be more accountable.
It is a tool from Security Force Monitor, a project of the Human Rights Institute at Columbia Law School. The WhoWasInCommand platform was developed by DataMade. We’d also like to thank James McKinney and the team at FFunction for their essential contributions.