This is a critique of the REPORT’s findings on Juvenile Justice.
The Challenge of Race and Crime in a Free Society: The Racial Divide in Fifty Years of Juvenile Justice Reform | The George Washington Law Review
— Read on www.gwlr.org/the-challenge-of-race-and-crime-in-a-free-society-the-racial-divide-in-fifty-years-of-juvenile-justice-reform/
Broken Windows is one of the best crime-fighting theories. This is an article from the WSJ on the 30 years of Broken Windows.
This article reviews the national clearance rate for rape, which has dropped from 62% in 1964 to 32% in 2017. Some of the decline is probably due to increased reporting by victims and more complete recording by police. Also, the FBI definition was expanded in 2013 and, most recently, #MeToo has caused a surge in…
— Read on gcordner.wordpress.com/2018/12/28/long-term-drop-in-solving-rape-cases/
Here is another report about the difficulty the police departments are facing for hiring new officers.
I think this is causing police to re-examine their recruiting and hiring procedures. What will policing look like 10-20 years from now?
Berkeley PD has many unfilled positions and has lost experienced officers to other agencies in recent years, something that rarely happened before, according to this article. The agency has a distinctive history going all the way back to August Vollmer, and was the “go to” agency in northern California for many years. Current and departed…
— Read on gcordner.wordpress.com/2018/12/22/berkeley-not-so-special-any-more/
This is an excellent resource for any police department implementing Body Worn Cameras or reviewing their police and procedure. There are over 700 different resources available in the form of policy, studies, research, and training aids.
The Body Worn-Camera Toolkit was created by the Bureau of Justice Assistance as a resource for law enforcement agencies across the country and around the world.
— Read on www.bja.gov/bwc/
Chicago has a unique opportunity to confront fundamental issues of racial justice as it debates a consent decree on police reform.
— Read on theintercept.com/2018/08/15/chicago-police-reform-rahm-emanuel-laquan-mcdonald/
Ingraham Angle 12-10-2018 Start watching at 31:30 Heather MacDonald is the guest. The topic is police recruitment issues and other difficulties police face.