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Read the January 2018 newsletter here.

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1/29/18 – The Sentinel “Generally, a little bit of alcohol doesn’t affect our behavior all that much. It might affect our driving a little bit, but really it affects our behavior in respects to our judgment, our ability to control our impulses and a whole range or things that potentially increase your risk for being […]

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1/12/18 – KWCH “It appears that all the police officers had taken cover and there are no civilians on the street. So there would not have been a necessity to fire his weapon at the time that he fired.” Delores Jones-Brown, CJRA Expert

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1/8/18 – Kansas Star “It does appear to show one of the arms of the target swing downward.” Delores Jones-Brown, CJRA Expert

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1/8/18 – Salt Lake Tribune “Municipalities that adopt sanctuary policies for undocumented immigrants do not have higher rates of robbery and homicide than those that cooperate more fully with federal immigration officials.” Ricardo Martinez, CJRA Expert

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1/5/18 – Topeka Capita-Journal “Their actions leading to the shooting can be explained by the report of shots fired that led officers to Ripley Park.” Justin Nix, CJRA Expert

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Read the December 2017 newsletter here.

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Associated Press 12/25/17 “Policing plays a part, there’s no question about that. But without the enormous demand and capital for expansion, I think it would be a different story,” – Rick Rosenfeld, CJRA Expert. Read the full story here.

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Journal Sentinel 12/22/17 I don’t have much evidence as yet for police withdrawal [but] arrests rates, one measure of police activity, [have] been declining before 2015. The problem is trying to measure a change in beliefs and value.” – Rick Rosenfeld, CJRA Expert. Read the full story here.

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Self Magazine 12/22/17 “You can no longer say there’s not enough research on this. Sure, we need more studies so we can understand more, but there’s already so much evidence about the scale of the problem.” – Adam Messinger, CJRA Expert. Read the full story here.

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