Our friends at Photography is Not a Crime have for years proven to be a force to be reckoned with when it comes to government transparency. Their founder, photojournalist Carlos Miller, remains at the forefront of the movement to document police use of force and has had to defend his principles in court due to a number of arrests for the non-crime of taking pictures of things that the police do not want you to - like the police.
Their new project is K9 Watchdogs, which for the timebeing you can check out on Facebook. What's the difference between K9 Watchdogs and the PuppycideDB Project? Here at Puppycide we focus on research and trends, only occasionally writing a blog post on specific stories that highlight our research. K9Watchdogs, and PINAC in general, are a news organization. So by following them you will be able to stay up to date on the latest news related to police and dogs.