Racial equity in traffic stops: Instituting reform by changing data collection and policing practice.
This was an interesting discussion on how police should make traffic stops. The use of data and what disproportionate stops because of race means.
There were some interesting assertions made as to research and types of tickets issued. I contacted CNA by email to learn more about the connection between they type of ticket written moving, non-moving, or regulatory and bias.
— Read on www.cna.org/news/justice-talks
Throughout this blog there are various posts of reviews, committees, and reforms on policing below is just another example.
Eugene City Council created the Ad Hoc Commmittee on Police Policy to review current police policies and make recommendations to the City Council for changes and improvements.
— Read on www.eugene-or.gov/4560/Ad-Hoc-Committee-on-Police-Policy
The final report HERE
Are juvenile arrests decreasing? Or are people and businesses not wanting to arrest juveniles for crimes?
Select the link below for the report:
A very interesting point of the data analysis is on page 11 the most common security measure used where potential attacks were averted was “Security Officers or Police Officer at/in school”. It is not surprising to me but in the current climate where there is a push to remove police from school in the capacity of SRO or SLO this call for action should be re-examined.
Get the publication here: cops.usdoj.gov/RIC/Publications/cops-w0946-pub.pdf
This is one of the BEST criminal justice crime-fighting books! It is a Classic and is still pertinent today!!!
A .pdf version of the book can be downloaded from here: www.ojp.gov/pdffiles1/Digitization/111964NCJRS.pdf
The Southampton Village Police Department has few controls on overtime spending and receives no “tangible impact” from the officer it assigned to a regional drug task force, according to a newly relea
— Read on www.newsday.com/long-island/towns/southampton-village-police-expenses-overtime-1.50243565
Comprehensive review of killings by police in 2020.
— Read on perma.cc/X9UN-CYHY