Search results for: use of force
Examining Police Reforms in New Jersey: Statewide Evaluation of Changes to Use of Force Policies and Training
Developing Evidence in De-Escalation of Potential Use of Force Encounters
Stories about police use of excessive force continue to appear in local and national news headlines. Community-police relationships continue to be strained by these incidents, many of which have been captured on camera and circulated in media. Witnessed and recorded incidents have reportedly led to a loss of trust in the police1 and for calls…Read More
Police Use of Force: Official Reports, Citizen Complaints, and Legal Consequences
Analysis of 2018 Use of Deadly Force by the Phoenix Police Department
Best Practices in Early Intervention System Implementation and Use in Law Enforcement Agencies
When Can the Police Use Force – and What Happens When They Do?
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Self-Awareness to Being Watched and Socially-Desirable Behavior: A Field Experiment on the Effect of Body-Worn Cameras on Police Use-of-Force
988 Lifeline is a Key Resource for Law Enforcement
In 1983, Dr. Arlie Russell Hochschild coined the term emotional labor after she examined two occupations, flight attendants and bill collectors, whose job descriptions centered largely on engaging with the public (1). At the end of her study, Dr. Hochschild concluded that these occupations require an individual to manage their feelings and emotions that occur…Read More
Stacey Clouse, Ph.D.
Stacey Clouse earned her PhD at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and is a senior research associate with the National Policing Institute. Dr. Clouse has more than six years of research experience and uses the crime science perspective to study the criminogenic impact of the design and management of places, and hot spots. Dr.…Read More
National Law Enforcement Roadway Safety Program
A Serious Risk to Officer Safety According to data collected from the Officer Down Memorial Page, 510 law enforcement officers were killed from 2012-2021 from collisions and struck-by incidents on the nation’s roadways. More recently, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund reported 56 law enforcement officers were killed in 2022 as a result of…Read More