“Get on the Ground!”: Policing, Poverty, and Racial Inequality in Tulsa, Oklahoma
— Read on www.hrw.org/report/2019/09/12/get-ground-policing-poverty-and-racial-inequality-tulsa-oklahoma/case-study-us-law
Atlanta-based Home Depot blames the internet for retail theft as it struggles to crack down on theft without turning stores into garrisons.
— Read on www.ajc.com/news/crime–law/home-depot-and-other-retailers-tug-war-with-shoplifters/NniOTI5oTXi4dwYoXntPBO/
Congressional Hearing Testimony on Policing Veered Sharply From the Truth.
Heather MacDonald was railroaded in this hearing. The committee had no intent to use her testimony. MacDonald was never called upon after her introduction and then a few minute defense of it after a panelist next to Heather attacked her opening statement which was very unusual.
— Read on www.city-journal.org/police-shootings-racial-bias
The House Judiciary Committee holds a hearing on the oversight of policing practices. This is an very interesting and telling hearing. This was a far left agenda on policing. Listen to all the legislative bills that the legislature is planning to introduce on policing. It’s crazy. Why is new FEDERAL legislation needed for local policing? I think the federal government is overreaching. It will be a nightmare for policing if the legislative bills proposed pass. I don’t see a need for the federal government to interfere with local policing.
— Read on www.c-span.org/video/
Download a PDF of “The Effects of Incarceration and Reentry on Community Health and Well-Being” by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine for free.
— Read on www.nap.edu/catalog/25471/the-effects-of-incarceration-and-reentry-on-community-health-and-well-being
According to new research, reassigning police officers with a history of misconduct makes it more likely that their new peers will also misbehave.
— Read on www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/article/police-misconduct-peer-effects/
Businesses have been pushing local leaders to find a solution for repeat offenders for almost a year. On Thursday, Seattle and King County leaders announced the first steps.
— Read on www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/homeless/looking-to-quell-downtown-disorder-seattle-and-king-county-announce-plan-for-repeat-offenders/
Study of 100 reoffenders HERE
This report serves as another reminder that every day that NYC’s political leaders sidestep this issue, our so-called criminal justice system continues its abusive and discriminatory practices. It is a painful irony that the people targeted by “broken windows” policing make up the very constituency representing the political base of the city’s leaders proud to call themselves progressives……