Report revealing that at least 4.9 million people cycle through county jails each year, and most have serious medical and economic needs.
— Read on www.prisonpolicy.org/reports/repeatarrests.html
This topic was propelled to the forefront after the practices Ferguson, MO were examined by the Department of Justice.
Hundreds of small cities and towns throughout the country rely significantly on fines to fund their budgets.
— Read on www.governing.com/topics/finance/fine-fee-revenues-special-report.html
More parts of the report are available here:
Addicted to Fines Small Towns in much of the Country are Dangerously Dependent on Punitive Fines and Fees
Read full analysis with data for local governments
March for our Lives Gun Violence
Created by survivors, so you don’t have to be one. A comprehensive, holistic plan to end gun violence in America.
— Read on marchforourlives.com/peace-plan/
There have been several changes to what guides police use of force.
California passed legislation that tightens the restraints for when police use of force is allowed.
The COP of Camden NJ presented a new policy of Police Use of Force which he hopes to become a National Standard.
The Force Report a website that has compiled use of police force throughout New Jersey.
A 1979 article found at NCJRS about Community Concern and Police use of Deadly Force.
California Police use of force
California Police Use of Force Law
AB-392 Peace officers: deadly force. Passed and signed 8-19-2019
SB-230 Law enforcement: use of deadly force: training: policies
Camden police launch strict ‘last resort’ use-of-force policy. Chief wants it to be national model.
See video in news report
This has video (same as above?)
Camden County Police Department Use of Force Policy
The Force Report
Five years. 72,677 documents. Every local police department in N.J. We built the most comprehensive statewide database of police use of force in the U.S.
A COMMUNITY CONCERN: POLICE USE OF DEADLY FORCE
A look at concerns on police use of force in 1979
This is the first publication I have come across in years that is dedicated to Women in Policing.
“On Dec. 3-4, 2018, the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) hosted the Research Summit on Women in Policing at our Washington, D.C., headquarters. Nearly 100 attendees participated, including sworn and civilian law enforcement officers from the United States and abroad, leading policing researchers, representatives from professional organizations and foundations, and federal partners. The goal of the summit was to understand the current state of research relevant to women in American policing, and to generate a research agenda of questions that women leaders in the field have identified as priorities in moving the profession forward toward parity.”
Articles on women in policing are so rare that earlier this year I shared a link to an article about women in the Fire Service.
HERE is a link to an article about women in the fire service.
Women in Policing: www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/252963.pdf