C. Sills is a co-founder and executive director at Missin Peace—the nation’s only public police misconduct registry. After years of research and studies of countless cases of police misconduct, she and her team have pinpointed a solution to end repeat atrocities of police violence. Starting in 2017, she and co-founder Dr. J. Felton began developing the Missin Peace Database™. This system aggregates formal police complaints from the public (copies of the records often buried in internal databases) and makes them accessible to investigative journalists, hiring managers, and civil rights attorneys. She’s since been featured in national outlets, including Ebony News, ask.com, Market Watch, and Let’s Go Live with Lamont King.
March 1st, 2021 | 26 mins 22 secs