Read the September 2017 newsletter here.
Reuters “Most shooters are fairly young . . . [r]ight now with this particular case, it’s baffling. Why would a guy in his 60s who seems to be well off go and do a thing like that?” – Laura Dugan, CJRA Expert Read the full story here.
Pittsburgh Tribune “Security focuses on who’s let into the event. I think that’s going to change now in that I think different events will pay attention to whether there are tall structures around. You can’t guarantee security in places like this.” – Laura Dugan, CJRA Expert Read the full story here.
USA Today “It’s not possible to have security covering everything. . . [w]hen we have large buildings next to open venues, there is going to be a particularly high risk.” – Laura Dugan, CJRA Expert Read the full story here.
Read the August 2017 newsletter here.
Washington Informer “The June 30 killing of 18-year-old Bianca Roberson on a highway in Pennsylvania punctuates black females’ vulnerability to senseless violence during this time of heightened racial tension.” – Delores Jones-Brown, CJRA Expert Read the full story here.
Read the July 2017 newsletter here.
Associated Press “Police officers can’t be compelled to testify in an outside investigation” – David Klinger, CJRA Expert Read the full story here.
The Washington Post “If you had a number of the potential pool of people victimized, versus the number of cases which you received assistance, I think there’d be a large number in the former and less in the latter. This argument that they’re helpful to law enforcement is specious.” – James Finckenauer, CJRA Expert Read […]
Indianapolis Star “The FBI is likely to look for any possible civil rights violations, as well as for any systemic problems within the department.” – Robert Taylor, CJRA Expert Read the full story here.