I want to build a sustained database of knowledge to support police and citizen accountability. The Washington Post developed a database of police involved shootings in the U.S. for the years between 2012 and 2015. I want to start there and expand out to supervisors, precinct commanders, police chiefs, executives and legislators at the city, state and federal levels. I want people to know who the leaders, lawmakers and influence peddlers are. We should know how many police involved shootings there are in the U.S. every year and the circumstances around each shooting. We should know if our police forces, as well as our training academies are certified. We should know if our police officers have citations and award and/or excessive complaints. We should know if an officer has been suspended or fired for cause from one precinct and then shows up at another. We should know much more about how the criminal justice system is performing with respect to policing every community.