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6/26/18 – Philadelphia Inquirer “The incentives for elected DAs and judges only reinforce that approach. Prison costs are borne at the state level.” Jody Sundt, CJRA Expert

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6/16/18 – The Advocate “If investigators end up with few leads in some cases, it’s not because they’re focusing more attention on others.” David Carter, CJRA Expert

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6/11/18 – Indianapolis Star “The most effective policy is a licensing process.” Daniel Webster, CJRA Expert

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6/9/18 – NPR “People are more and more noncompliant towards law enforcement for a variety of reasons. And this is how they find themselves in the pain compliance state, which includes the punches.” Maria Haberfeld, CJRA Expert

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Read the May 2018 newsletter here.

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5/23/18 – EurekAlert Press release for the article, “Seen or Unseen? The Role of Race in Police Contact Among Homeless Youth.”

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5/23/18 – The Crime Report The occasion was the third annual “ask a criminologist” session sponsored by the Crime & Justice Research Alliance and the Consortium of Social Science Associations.

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5/23/18 – Education Dive “Non-white homeless youth between the ages of 16 and 19 are more likely than white homeless youth to report harassment by police and to be arrested,” – Justice Quarterly study

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5/14/18 – The Crime Report “We know there is a potential for women (and people of color) to bring about change in police culture,” Cara Rabe-Hemp, CJRA Expert

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5/5/18 – Kansas City Star “The amount of time police should wait “is dynamic and changing,” Robert Taylor, CJRA Expert

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