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Another Perspective on Community Policing

By Ronald E. Hampton* Many African-Americans today believe that law and order is not being kept in their communities. The average African-American citizen is terribly dissatisfied with the police and their services in his/her neighborhood. However, in some parts of America, there is an ongoing effort to dramatically reshape the roles of both police officers…


HLPR 2016 Symposium Day 1: Prof. Elizabeth Joh on Big Data and Policing

  Panelists: Elizabeth Joh, UC Davis School of Law Professor Thomas Abt, Harvard Kennedy School Adjunct Lecturer and Program in Criminal Justice Senior Research Fellow Vivek Krishnamurthy, Harvard Law School Cyberlaw Clinical Instructor   By Ana Choi On Monday, the Harvard Law and Policy Review kicked off its annual symposium featuring the articles in our…

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