You know that fun Real Time Crime Center?
All you enterprising journos out there should file a bunch of ORRs.
Try getting footage older than 48 hours. Maybe something from last month.
See what happens.
Bonus: We hear the Office of Performance Improvement has been trying to move all kinds of data to the open gubmint website.
But guess what?
Most of the metrics they track are collected and entered manually. Meaning there’s no source to cite for data used, no way to verify, no way to review data sets used.
When Metro staffers begged for a system to track data, they were chastised for the way they asked for it and the language used. Apparently, Fischer’s administration was upset with them mentioning that they weren’t in compliance with state and federal law. Whoopsiedaisy?
Transparency, much like compassion, is not a tenet of the Fischer world.
If it were? And if data were truly open? This would be Accountability City instead of Pedestrian Death City.