Law Enforcement Automatic Discovery

Suffolk County District Attorney's database of law enforcement personnel who lack credibility

The Law Enforcement Automatic Discovery (LEAD) database is the Suffolk County District Attorney’s implementation of a “Brady list.” This is a list of law enforcement personnel who have been accused of misconduct. As part of Brady disclosure, the district attorney must inform a defendant when a law enforcement official involved in their case has a history of dishonesty; this list ensures that disclosure is made.

If an officer is named in this list, The Woke Windows Project displays that information on the officer’s page.

External Links

LEAD Database (Law Enforcement Automatic Discovery) Final 09.25.2020.xlsx

Suffolk DA Rachael Rollins Releases LEAD Database — Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office

136 police officers on Suffolk County Brady list — CommonWealth Magazine

Suffolk DA Releases List of 136 Police Officers With Credibility Issues — WBUR News

Suffolk DA Rollins releases watch list of 136 area officers accused of misconduct — The Boston Globe