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.
WhoWasInCommand shows you all the sources that evidence every piece of data – but you probably missed the way it does this
Here's how to see all the sources our researchers used to evidence every single piece of data on WhoWasInCommand.
Can computers help Security Force Monitor’s researchers increase the speed and accuracy of extracting relevant data about security forces from the text of news articles and reports?
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.