The US Supreme Court decision in Brady v. Maryland [373 U.S. 83 (1963)], and subsequent rulings [GiglioJencks, et al] have made it a duty of all Law Enforcement Organizations [LEOrgs] to:

  1. Provide to the Prosecution any exculpatory material that would have a reasonable possibility of altering the results in a trial, or could reasonably mitigate the sentencing of a defendant; and,
  2. Any material relevant to the credibility of government witnesses, including, but not limited to, police officers.

The United States Department of Justice has initiated a methodical approach called proactive disclosure in conjunction with the Open Government Directive. This Brady List platform allows Law Enforcement Organizations [LEOrg] to enter their own findings, in any number of cases, in direct compliance with Brady and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA; 1967). The individual lists are then compiled automatically into a Brady List for the LEOrg's predominant Reporting Authority, usually a District Attorney or Prosecutor's Office. The Brady List(s) of the Reporting Authorities are then automatically compiled into an Administrative Brady List for the predominant Administrative Authority, usually a State's Attorney General (Department of Justice) and/or the State's Supreme Court (Judicial Council).

Our Priorities

  • Ensure enforcement discretion. The Brady List does not apply Machine Learning [ML], Artificial Intelligence [AI], or any other coded mechanism to the determinations about any individual that it stores and delivers.
  • Empower prosecutorial disclosure. This Brady List as a platform automates the compilation of data across entire jurisdictions for District Attorneys and Prosecutors.
  • Enable judicial oversight. This Brady List platform is the first and only mechanism of its kind to serve the judiciary as a method to ensure delivery of Brady Material Disclosures.
  • Build trust in the community through transparency. This Brady List is now, and always will be, open to the public - free and unfettered.
  • Demonstrate accountability. The Brady List encourages law enforcement, prosecutors, and the judiciary to demonstrate their entire workflow from complaint intake through categorization, investigation, and conclusion.

In order to provide this service to 15,900+ LEOrgs and 5,000 Reporting Authorities nationwide with over 35,000 Brady Offense instances already listed, we have standardized the input, date and time stamped the output, incorporated an epistemology of Brady Offenses & Material, and modernized the entire lexicon around the topic.

Individuals included in Brady List(s) are generally members of the Law Enforcement community* that have been found by either their respective Law Enforcement Organization or the organization's predominant authority to have committed some form of offense that requires disclosure to defense counsel in preparation of trial.

Personal Information

  • Name
  • Photo

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Brady Offense Details

  • Date [of origin]
  • Offense Category
  • 'Do Not Call' Designation
  • Termination Date
  • Employer
  • Official Statement
  • Supporting Documentation
  • Name
  • Address
  • Contact Info
  • List of Brady Individuals [Search/Print/Download]
  • Name
  • Address
  • Contact Info
  • List of Brady Individuals [Search/Print/Download]
  • List of Subordinate Authorities and LEOrgs
  • Name
  • Address
  • Contact Info
  • List of Brady Individuals [Search/Print/Download]
  • List of Subordinate Authorities and LEOrgs

* Law Enforcement Organizations, Reporting Authorities, and Administrative Authorities may, on their own initiative, include individuals in their respective Brady List that are not members of the Law Enforcement community in the event that the prosecution intended to rely upon their testimony at trial. Some examples of this exception can include employees such as loss prevention officers in retail operations or members of other Law Enforcement Organizations.