The Transparency and Accountability Project (TAP) is a volunteer-run, self-funded, police accountability website. Our team is made up of activists, students and researchers who are passionate about creating police accountability projects. Each person listed below has contributed greatly to our success.  If you’d like to join our team, feel free to contact Zakir Khan. We’d love to have you join us!

Executive Director – Zakir Khan

  • Zakir is a social justice driven educator and activist. Zakir is currently a Professor of Commmunication at Linn-Benton Community College. He also serves as the Legal Redress Committee Co-Chair for the NAACP Chapter of Albany/Corvallis. He has previously held roles at the Council on American-Islamic Relations – Los Angeles, the Center for Constitutional Rights and Asian-Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus. He can be reached at zakir [at] or @muzzakh.

Chief Technologist – Christopher Roberts

  • Christopher is a graduating law student at Loyola University – New Orleans College of Law.

Chief Researchers – Anjabeen Ashraf and Kryztopher D. Tung

  • Anjabeen holds a PhD in Counselor Education and has spent her personal and professional time helping, advocating, and standing in solidarity for justice. Her research has examined vicarious trauma in American Muslims. She can be tweeted @fahsana.

  • Kryztopher is a PhD student in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah. His dissertation research focuses on the utilization of wearable biosensors to predict exertional heat illness potential in real time in working population that routinely perform manual labor in hot environments. He is also currently employed at Lone Peak Conservation Center in Draper, Utah as an ergonomic consultant performing biomechanical analysis on work tasks executed by wildland firefighters. Kryz lives his life according to the theory of entropy, which states that any system, whether it be mechanical, biological, or social, tends to move towards a state of chaos. In this case, chaos manifests itself in the form of victims of unchecked police incidents. He believes this project is one of many ways he can play his part in reducing the chaos in this world. Kryz can be reached at kryztophert [at]

Data Artist – Justene Malosh

Research Analysts – Thien Nguyen and Travis Herring

  • Thien is a student at Oregon State University’s College of Business. His intended major is in Accounting and he plans on attending law school afterwards. He hopes TAP to be the first in a long line of successful projects. He can be contacted at thiennguyentap [at]

  • Travis is a student at Oregon State and Linn-Benton Community College. His major is Mathematics with a focus on actuarial science. Travis has a strong belief in the transparency and accountability of government institutions. Furthermore, he believes this project is the first step towards sufficient transparency that all citizens should require of their government.

Home Page Photo Credit – Roscoe Myrick

TAP is grateful for the support of the individual and entities below. Without their support and advocacy this project would not have been possible.

Thank you:

  • To the people of New Orleans.

  • Amadou Diallo – Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un

  • Black Lives Matter

  • Judson Mitchell – Loyola University New Orleans College of Law

  • Cynthia Conti-Cook – New York Legal Aid Society

  • Adrienne Wheeler – Justice and Accountability Center of Louisiana

  • Patrick Shockey

  • Bill Quigley – Loyola University New Orleans College of Law

  • Davida Finger – Loyola University New Orleans College of Law

  • Norris Henderson – Voice of the Experienced (VOTE)

  • Randolph Scott

  • Benjamin Varadi

  • Loyola University of New Orleans College of Law

  • National Lawyers Guild – Louisiana