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. . . and if you hear about us (or write about us) and it’s not mentioned here, please let us know. We love knowing what we’re doing for our community.


Introducing POWER, a police watchdog app created by two LSU students: Jarvis DeBerry – NOLA.com, June 03, 2015

New Safety App at LSU – Louisiana Public Broadcasting, “Louisiana: The State We’re In,” May 22, 2015

The Red Shtick Podcast, Episode 134: “Tingling Scrotum” – The Red Shtick Podcast, May 21, 2015

LSU students create news gathering app – WAFB Channel 9 Baton Rouge, May 21, 2015

Finding their inner Tank Man – The Washington Post, May 13, 2015

LSU students create app to make photos, videos of police action directly available to media – The Rural Blog, May 11, 2015

LSU students develop POWER app – Louisiana Radio Network, May 11, 2015

LSU students develop app to immediately share violent police encounter videos with newsrooms – The Advocate, May 11, 2015

LSU students develop new app to report police misconduct (Video here) – WVLA and Fox 44 Baton Rouge, April 24, 2015

Wilborn Nobles and Elbis Bolton win awards for best, riskiest projects – LSU Manship School’s Knight Grant blog, April 16, 2015

Louisiana State University Gives Grant to Students to Develop a Police Accountability App – The Free Thought Project.com, February 4, 2015


LSU Students Take on Knight-Funded Social Media Projects – PBS MediaShift, December 3, 2014

App to hold police accountable – The Drum Newspaper, December 1, 2014

LSU Students Armed with an App – Dig Magazine Baton Rouge, November 11, 2014

Police Accountability App and Six Other Student Projects Receive Social Media News Challenge Grants – LSU Media Center, October 28, 2014

Police accountability app and 6 other projects receive grants – LSU Manship School’s Knight Grant blog, October 28, 2014