The Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice's overview and descriptions for conduct of law enforcement agencies, including links to information about addressing police misconduct, police reform, and related topics.
The National Police Accountability Project is a non-profit organization created by the National Lawyers Guild. The project promotes the rights of citizens in their encounters with law enforcement by providing training and support for lawyers, public education about police misconduct, support for legislative reform efforts, and a forum for discussion related to police accountability.
NACOLE is a nonprofit organization that promotes "fair and professional law enforcement responsive to community needs." Their website includes reports and other resources related to police accountability.
The ACLU addresses issues related to preserving individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution and laws. This topic page includes information related to reforming police practices, including blogs, court cases, press releases, and reports.