During Jason's tenure on the City Council, he pushed for use of technology and data to enhance the lives of New Orleanians. Jason established the first of their kind, public-facing dashboards to track neighborhood crime trends, track police incidents of misconduct, jail population, money bail, traffic camera tickets and local COVID-19 spread. These dashboards were posted to the City Council website and provided residents 24 hour access to updates on what was occurring in their city from the comfort of their homes.
Transparency will be the cornerstone of the DA's office just as it was during Jason's tenure on the Council. As District Attorney, Jason will allow every New Orleanian to see what their money is paying his office to do. He will collect and publish data on who his office decides to prosecute and not prosecute in order to remain accountable to the public.
Consent Decree Dashboard
Jail Population Snapshot
Bond Paid Dashboard
City Council President Jason Williams and District "D" Councilmember Jared Brossett to Host Know Your Rights Forum on October 19
City Council Releases Open Letter to District Attorney Requesting Data and Transparency - New Orleans City Council