Discrimination and Disparities: Is Policing a Bigger Problem Than Crime? | OLD PARKLAND CONFERENCE – YouTube

Excellent discussion give it a listen!!

Are racial disparities in arrests and incarceration evidence of racist policing? Is over-policing a primary threat to the safety of black communities, as Black Lives Matter activists and others have argued in recent years? Should we reduce police resources and prosecute fewer crimes? Do black men have more reason than others to fear law enforcement? Is the drug war driving “mass incarceration”? Jason Riley engaged with Janice Rogers Brown, Roland Fryer, and Rafael Mangual on these questions and more
— Read on m.youtube.com/watch

Police Review Panel – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth

The full report and the video presentation to the Fort Worth government are available on the link below.

City Manager David Cooke has selected a review panel of national experts to review police department policies and practices and provide recommendations on changes the police department should implement to improve and retain public trust and confidence.
— Read on www.fortworthtexas.gov/departments/citymanager/review-panel

Career criminals rack up nearly 500 arrests since NY bail reform began

Bail reform in NY IS NOT working.

This article captures the context of why some crime-fighting strategies work like broken windows, pulling levers, hot spots (persons).

Career criminals rack up nearly 500 arrests since NY bail reform began
— Read on nypost.com/2022/08/03/career-criminals-rack-up-nearly-500-arrests-since-ny-bail-reform-began/amp/

Milwaukee Police Department on Atlas One: MPD Releases the 2022 Community Report

On Friday, June 10, 2022, to continue to promote transparency and legitimacy with our community, the Milwaukee Police Department announced the release of the 2022 Milwaukee Police Department’s Community Report: Strategies, Initiatives and Partnerships.

The Community Report is intended to highlight the efforts of the department’s ongoing and new initiatives in the context of crime trends and to present opportunities for the community to engage in the process. Where available, we include data and links to where the community can readily access real-time data.

The Milwaukee Police Department is committed to working with our community and system partners to build sustainable neighborhoods free of crime that are built on positive relationships. We are better together.

— Read on atlasone.app/a/alerts/040370eb-0b1a-4ea0-9d69-0e01b22358d0