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What do we mean when we talk about “police-community engagement?” The Policing Project and our partners are launching a new project to explore this question with the help of communities throughout the country.
Join us and our partners on Friday, September 21, for a discussion of how communities experience being policed and the potentially transformative power cost-benefit analysis could have on policing.
The Monitoring Team’s latest report indicates revisions to police policies, including use of force, are having a positive impact on the streets of Cleveland.
The emergence of social media has created new potential for police to release arrest information to a wider-range of audiences, but what are the consequences for privacy and safety?
Can cost-benefit analysis be used to tackle disproportionate arrests and better allocate resources to improve public safety? We believe it can, and we’ll show you how.
This year’s group of students and officers proved that police-youth relations can be improved even when initial skepticism is high.