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Since the murder of George Floyd, cities and towns everywhere have proposed reforms that they hope can transform their police departments. Proposals range from more body cameras to eliminating police departments entirely. But what really works? Which of these will improve public safety, for everyone?
Our guests are Nancy LaVigne, Executive Director of the Task Force on Policing of the Council on Criminal Justice, and Walter Katz, Task Force member and Vice President of Criminal Justice at Arnold Ventures.
police reform, criminal justice system, Council on Criminal Justice, task force on policing, effective policing, fair policing, accountability, police violence, racial bias
Civil Rights and Discrimination | Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Criminology | Criminology and Criminal Justice | Law and Race | Law and Society | Law Enforcement and Corrections | Legal Profession | Race and Ethnicity | Social and Cultural Anthropology
David A. Harris,
Ep. 140 - Police Reform: What Works?,
Available at: https://scholarship.law.pitt.edu/criminal-injustice/11