Jamie Kalven is an author and journalist based in Chicago. He is the founder of the Invisible Institute. He was awarded the 2017 Hillman Prize for Web Journalism for “Code of Silence” written for The Intercept.
Somebody PodcastWho Shot Courtney Copeland?
Somebody, Episode 1: Shapearl Wells wants to know who killed her son Courtney. But her grief turns into suspicion when police start asking her questions.
Chicago Releases Two Additional Videos of Police Killing of Harith Augustus
Chicago’s police accountability agency mishandled and lost key videos of the police killing of Harith Augustus.
How Chicago Police Created a False Narrative After Officers Killed Harith Augustus
A video investigation of the police killing of Harith Augustus by Forensic Architecture and the Invisible Institute challenges the official narrative.
The Chicago Police FilesChicago’s Police Accountability Office Fails a Major Test
Chicago’s Civilian Office of Police Accountability has badly bungled the police shooting of Ricardo Hayes.