The Tragedy of Baltimore

This is a very fair article that discusses what has happened in Baltimore since the 2015 riots.


MacGillis note how the riot is considered an uprising by some, the crime and homicide rates, $14 million cost to the State for the riot, the Ferguson Effect, police backing off enforcement, costs to families, changing and ineffective police leadership, under-policing the riots, Mosby being overzealous arresting the officers, the “pullback”, Crime increasing, 30% homicide closure rate, DOJ Report, DOJ Ignorance of local realities, political focus NOT on enforcing the law, city population near a 100 year low, new rules restricting police, community activism, Det. Sean Suiter, cops leaving the PD, officers overworked, Mayor Pugh ignoring the problem, still no police leadership, criminals EMBOLDENED, use of force reports, and the cry for equal protection.

One thing MacGillis forgot to note the infamous words of Mayor Rawlings-Blake:

The Tragedy of Baltimore
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Stop-and-Frisk in the de Blasio Era (2019) | New York Civil Liberties Union

The New York City Police Department’s aggressive stop-and-frisk program exploded into a national controversy during the mayoral administration of Michael Bloomberg, as the number of NYPD stops each year grew to hundreds of thousands. Most of the people stopped were black and Latino, and nearly all were innocent. Stop-and-frisk peaked in 2011, when NYPD officers reported making
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The report can be accessed HERE

John Jay College on Vimeo

Video from 2 symposiums:

Crime in America and The Hidden Costs of the Criminal Justice System.

Day 1 of the Guggenheim Symposium

0:57 minute mark criminogenic effect of prison

0:59 min Research on mass incarceration

1:09 h:m prison doesn’t work

1:26 h:m restorative justice – can it restore and fix fear?

3:08 h:m violence in America

5:40 h:m mass shooting** excellent for CRJ-302

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Educators, officers focus on disrupting school-to-prison pipeline in Tulsa Public Schools forum on community policing | Crime & Courts |

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A panel discussed moderator queries and responded to written questions submitted by audience members for two hours during the “Community Conversation” event Thursday night at the TPS Education Service Center.
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