Stolen Lives: Killed by San Diego Law Enforcement

NEW O22 2014

This is a List of Victims Killed by Law Enforcement in San Diego and surrounding areas first published on Feb 10, 2014.  For Victims Killed by Law Enforcement in the United States Click here.

Why tracking this data necessary ? (adapted from The Counted)

Governments in  San Diego County, have no comprehensive record of the number of people killed by law enforcement. This lack of basic data has been glaring amid the protests, riots and worldwide debate set in motion by many dissenting voices for those who have been murdered by every branch of law enforcement.

Uaptsd.org agrees with those analysts, campaign groups & activists who righfully argue that such accounting is a prerequisite for an informed public discussion about the use of force by every branch of law enforcement.

How does Uaptsd.org count law enforcement perpetrated fatalities?

So far, we count with traditional reporting on witness statements, by monitoring regional news outlets, research groups, police scanner info and open -source reporting projects – crediting appropriately though our creative commons mission.

What is included in Uaptsd #StolenLives database?

Any deaths arising directly from encounters with law enforcement – by both on and off duty as well as retired officers. This will inevitably include, but not be limited to, people who were shot, tasered and struck by LEO (government and state) officers vehicles, a high speed chase initiated by an officer which led to the death of person suspected of a crime and any bystanders, family members and domestic partners of law enforcement as well those who died in custody, including jails, prisons and immigrant detention centers. We also report on MTS and other private security companies which equipp guards with police grade weapons who have used brutal force which was responsible for their death.

You can talk to us in several ways. We want to hear from you.

• Click HERE tab to submit information, along with video footage, photographs or any other supporting documentation.

• Join our Facebook community

• Tweet us: @UAPTSD

 

23 Responses to Stolen Lives: Killed by San Diego Law Enforcement

  1. Amanda Sykes says:

    My unarmed mom was shot and killed by San Diego Police at Balboa Park in 1996. I’d like to have her added to this list please and the banner that you guys are marching with at the rallies.
    Lisa Caproitti 31 years old
    Date of Death: 10/12/1996
    San Diego Police in Balboa Park
    Officer Fausto Romero

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  3. SlackerSlayer says:

    Is the one across from the South Clairemont park in this list? He was a big man that was beaten to death by two kops about 5 – 8 years ago? Well those kops “threatened” my mother and sister NOT to talk with the press, because they witnessed that mans murder. They kept them trapped in a parking lot intimidating them not to talk about the kop Murder they witnessed.

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