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Seattle Times “In spite of these implicit biases or perhaps because of these biases, officers are trying to reverse them or overcorrect,” – Lois James, CJRA Expert Read the full story here.

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The Spokesman-Review “In spite of these implicit biases or perhaps because of these biases, officers are trying to reverse them or over-correct.” – Lois James, CJRA Expert Read the full story here.

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The Crime Report “When research for criminal justice is on the chopping block, we want to emphasize its importance and advocate for resources that are critical to our field.” – Nancy La Vigne, Chair of CJRA Read the full story here.  

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The Washington Times “We need to move beyond the post-Ferguson atmosphere where all use of force against a racial/ethnic minority person is considered biased and unreasonable until proven otherwise,” – authors of The Reverse Racism Effect. Read the full story here.

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Baltimore Sun “The family is not going to be that person or group they will confide in as they face their fears,” – Christy Visher, CJRA Expert Read the full story here.

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Texas CrimeCast “We found that the crime rate of the NFL players is not higher than that of the general population.” – Alex Piquero, CJRA Expert Hear the full podcast here.  

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Las Vegas Sun “Assembly Bill 109, also known as the California Public Safety Realignment Act, transferred some felons serving time for nonviolent, nonserious and nonsexual crimes, from state to county jails,” – Is Downsizing Prisons Dangerous? research study. Read the full story here.

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The Washington Post “It’s not up to the police to decide what the law is going to be. They’re sworn to uphold the law. It’s not up to them to pick and choose.” – Justin Nix, CJRA Expert Read the full story here.

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Dallas Morning News “The lesson from these findings is that we should temper the notion that the allegations against people like Ray Rice and Johnny Manziel do not characterize the wider population of NFL players.” – Alex Piquero, CJRA Expert Read the full story here.

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