Category: Data updates
Spring Update: Data on 10 New Countries in WhoWasInCommand.com, including countries of Saudi-Emirati coalition in Yemen
We are pleased to announce that our coverage of police, military and other security forces dramatically expands to 10 new countries.
We have updated our data on the units and command chain of the Nigerian Army in Lagos in response to the reports of killings by the Nigerian Army of #EndSARS protesters in Lekki and Alausa,...
Here’s 11,904 rows of new data from the US Department of State’s 2018-2019 Foreign Military Training Report
This weekend, security and human rights wonks received an early Christmas present from the U.S. Department of State: the Foreign Military Training and DoD Engagement Activities of Interest, 2018-2019. We turned it into data you can use.
WhoWasInCommand.com is the largest public database of security force units and personnel ever created. Today, it gets even bigger and more useful to human right researchers, litigators and investigative journalists.
February data update on WhoWasInCommand.com – SARS Nigeria, Mexico military garrisons, new Egypt units
Since December 2017 we have made published two updates to WhoWasInCommand.com, adding a large number of new records, expanding others and making some corrections. Cumulatively, these updates increase the data available on WhoWasInCommand.com by 25%. In this blog post we’ll look in depth a recent restructure of the Nigerian Police Special Anti-Robbery Squads (SARS) and give a brief overview of other updates.
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