American Civil Liberties Union
The ACLU’s Website includes their index on police practices materials, and links to other police practice websites.
Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board
Created by an act of the 28th Arizona legislature on July 1, 1968 as the Arizona Law Enforcement Officer Advisory Council. The Board was originally created to address the need for uniform peace officer selection, recruitment, retention and training standards, and to provide curriculum and standards for all certified law enforcement training facilities.
Best Practices In Police Accountability
Website of Dr. Sam Walker, Criminal Justice Department, University of Nebraska, Omaha. Includes invaluable Mediation Manual, among other resources.
Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies
The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEAÒ), was established as an independent accrediting authority in 1979 by the four major law enforcement membership associations: International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP); National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE); National Sheriffs' Association (NSA); and Police Executive Research Forum (PERF).
National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE)
A nonprofit organization of civilian oversight practitioners and supporters working to promote fair, firm and consistent law enforcement in the United States through the practice of civilian oversight.
Police Assessment Resource Center (PARC)
PARC assists those involved in police management and oversight, including monitors, inspectors general, police commissions, civilian review boards, police chiefs, heads of IA and heads of risk management units, on all aspects of police accountability, systems to measure and enhance accountability, risk management, improving the integrity and completeness of internal investigations, and how to monitor and evaluate a police department.
PolicyLink builds on the relationship of police officers and community residents as equal partners in public safety - and democratic participation. Across a spectrum of American communities, PolicyLink conducts research into promising practices in neighborhood policing, simultaneously encouraging coalition building among community-based organizations.
Tucson City Code (in particular, Chapter 10A, Articles VIII and XIII)