Invisible Disability, Policing & Tracking as a De-escalation Tactic

In the last couple of days, I’ve been seeing more and more discourse on using databases and tracking as a supposed tool to help police officers de-escalate situations involving people with invisible disabilities. The first article I saw was from Fox and was a mixture of poor journalism and inconsistent framing. I took to Twitter … Continue reading Invisible Disability, Policing & Tracking as a De-escalation Tactic

No, Your Violence and Lack of Accommodation is Not Our Fault

So, a disabled woman set off the metal detector at an airport. This triggered additional screening. Her mother attempted to inform the TSA agents of her daughter's needs. They ignored her. The woman became confused and tried to get away from the TSA agents. They tackled her to the ground and left her bloody. She … Continue reading No, Your Violence and Lack of Accommodation is Not Our Fault