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In this program, Ben Hartman interviews Chuck Wexler about the recent announcement that Israeli, Palestinian, Jordanian, and American police chiefs began a series of meetings in 2012 to discuss policing issues of joint concern.
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Occupy Wall Street: Special Report The Boston Phoenix, November 26, 2011 A PERF-ect Storm New York Times, November 19, 2011 Op-Ed: Confusing sex and rape San Jose Mercury News, November 15, 2011 Under seige from coast to coast, Occupy camps now losing battles in court U. Department of Justice, November 9, 2011 Justice Department research shows that school-level interventions reduce dating violence by up to 50 percent Cleveland Plain Dealer, October 24, 2011 Cleveland asks for a review of police policy on use of force Baltimore Sun, October 18, 2011 FBI committee moves to update rape definition New York Times, September 28, 2011 Rape definition too narrow, critics say Thousands of sexual assaults are not reflected in the UCR system because it uses an archaic definition of rape that is narrower than the definitions used by most police departments, according to police chiefs and other experts who discussed the definition and other sexual assault-related issues at a PERF conference in Washington last Friday.
UCR Unit Chief Greg Scarbro told participants at the PERF meeting that the FBI agrees the definition should be revised and that an FBI subcommittee will take up the issue on Oct. "Our goal will be to leave that meeting with a [new] definition and a mechanism," Mr. But he noted that law enforcement agencies would have to support any change.
Ninety-two percent of officers reported that their agencies now have mandatory body armor policies, up from 59% in a similar 2009 survey.
’: Police car chases over petty crimes can kill, maim innocents Associated Press, May 16, 2019 Lawmaker wants to ban police from shooting at vehicles ABC 13 Asheville (NC), April 12, 2019 City hires headhunting nonprofit to provide police chief candidates ABC News, April 6, 2019 'Never seen it as bad as it is now': Law enforcement brass shine spotlight on police suicides Jacksonville (NC) Daily News, April 5, 2019 JPD reduces use of force with goal to ‘preserve life’ Washington Post, April 4, 2019 Column: Talking openly about police suicide is an important and long-overdue first step Christian Science Monitor, March 14, 2019 In California, two proposed laws with one aim: saving lives Elkhart (IN) Truth, February 8, 2019 Mayor picks group for police review Reuters, February 4, 2019 As death toll keeps rising, U. communities start rethinking Taser use USA Today, February 1, 2019 Police are looking for alternatives to guns. Washington Post, December 4, 2018 Who wants to be a police officer? Proceed with caution New York Times, February 5, 2018 An ‘iceberg’ of unseen crimes: Many cyber offenses go unreported Carnegie Reporter, January 29, 2018 Just Imagine: You Are a Refugee Carnegie Reporter, January 29, 2018 Our Town, Your Town: Welcome Carnegie Diffusion Podcast, January 26, 2018 Our Town, Your Town: Welcome Washington Post, January 19, 2018 Op-ed: What it will take to reduce deadly shootings by police Eugene Register-Guard, November 3, 2017 Eugene police receive independent evaluation of department's practices NJ.com, August 22, 2017 How N.
Over the past three years, at the team's recommendation, about 60 students have been transferred to other schools for their protection. "If there is no other option, take the shooter out." Prof.
Pete Blair of Texas State University said that in many cases, potential victims "have no choice" but to defend themselves.
J.'s most dangerous city is trying to stop police shootings Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, August 6, 2017 Op-ed: Don't revert to police pursuits that endanger the public New York Times, June 12, 2017 When opioid addicts find an ally in blue Washington Post, May 12, 2017 Hispanics ‘are going further into the shadows’ amid chilling immigration debate, police say Los Angeles Times, March 6, 2017 Op-ed: Police chiefs across the country support sanctuary cities because they keep crime down San Francisco Chronicle, December 15, 2016 Op-ed: SF should ban officers from shooting at vehicles Washington Post, October 16, 2016 Cities nationwide embrace de-escalation training to reduce police shootings Washington Post, September 22, 2016 Police devise strategies to embrace growing refugee populations Seattle Times, August 22, 2016 Report says Pasco should hire more Spanish-speaking officers Irish Central, August 22, 2016 Op-ed: Irish cop John Timoney taught America how to reform policing CATO Institute, August 12, 2016 Commentary: Real police reform requires national policing standards New York Times, August 10, 2016 Quotation of the Day Miami Herald, June 3, 2016 Recent incidents reignite debate on police shooting into moving vehicles St.
Cloud Times, April 19, 2016 Police chiefs hear guidelines to avoid shootings Washington Post, March 31, 2016 Fairfax police demonstrate new training based on PERF ‘de-escalation’ principles South Florida Sun Sentinel, March 16, 2016 Review of Palm Beach County deputy shootings urges 70 policy changes New York Times, March 2, 2016 Op-ed: Making policing safer for everyone Los Angeles Times, February 16, 2016 Editorial: Police chiefs should help write, not shun, new use-of-force standards New York Times, January 29, 2016 Police leaders unveil principles intended to shift policing practices nationwide Washington Post, January 29, 2016 Police chiefs consider dramatic reforms to officer tactics, training to prevent so many shootings New York Times, December 11, 2015 U. police leaders, visiting Scotland, get lessons on avoiding deadly force New York Times, November 17, 2015 Baltimore Police assailed for response after Freddie Gray’s death Baltimore Sun, November 16, 2015 Report details 'major shortcomings' in Baltimore police response to unrest Tallahassee Democrat, October 15, 2015 Report recommends TPD use-of-force changes ABC 27 News, October 13, 2015 Report: Dauphin County police merger saves money for most Editorial: Law enforcement group calls for big changes to cut down on police shootings Arizona Republic, July 10, 2015 Phoenix activist asks nation's police chiefs for "empathy" New York Times, May 5, 2015 Police rethink long tradition on using force St. Maria Chappelle-Nadal co-hosts town forum on police work (St. Louis Post-Dispatch, January 7, 2015 Town hall meeting in St.