An independent panel of law enforcement experts appointed by Police Commissioner James P. O’Neill of the New York City Police Department released its
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The panel report can be viewed HERE
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.
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News media in New Jersey obtained over 72,000 documents from the state’s 469 police departments for the years 2012-2016 to compile what it calls a “comprehensive statewide database of police use of force.” According to the authors, “No one has ever seen data like this in New Jersey. Not the attorney general, not county prosecutors…
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Good Cop, Bad Cop?: Institute for Policy Research – Northwestern University
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At the bottom of the article there is a link to a working paper.
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