Enough Is Enough is a Rochester, New York community organization dedicated to providing mutual aid to people impacted by police misconduct. We provide court support, advice on navigating the criminal justice system, and advocate for policy changes in coalition with other community organizations while centering the voices of those most impacted.
Due to limited availability of members, regular EIE operations are currently on hiatus or at limited capacity.
What we do
Support Survivors of Police Misconduct
It is our mission to support people abused by police.
Name ‘Em & Shame ‘Em
Building a database of reported police misconduct incidents.
Efforts we support
Police Accountability Board Alliance
A coalition of groups and affected individuals supporting the PAB.
End Project Exile
Project Exile imposes federal convictions for local cases and contributes to mass incarceration.
A trans anti-fascist activist targeted by law enforcement for supporting BLM protests.
Police Accountability Board Proposal
A proposal to replace the failing police misconduct review system.
Abolish Law 50-a
Law 50-a shielded Rochester police officers from scrutiny by blocking access to police records.