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Read the March 2019 newsletter here.

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3/26/19- MedicalResearch.com “We do not know with great certainty whether cameras can save lives or reduce injuries. Studies examining the impact of Body-worn cameras on officer use of force are equivocal; some studies indicate cameras might be able to reduce use of force while other studies show little effect of cameras on use of force. […]

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3/25/19- The Crime Report “Expectations and concerns surrounding body-worn cameras among police leaders and citizens have not yet been realized by and large in the ways anticipated by each,” Cynthia Lum, CJRA Expert.

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3/25/19- Business Report “There is an incongruence between people’s expectations of cameras, police expectations of cameras and what they think they’re being used for” Cynthia Lum, CJRA Expert.

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3/25/19- Governing “There is an incongruence between people’s expectations of cameras, police expectations of cameras and what they think they’re being used for,” Cynthia Lum, CJRA Expert.

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3/25/19- EurekAlert “Expectations and concerns surrounding body-worn cameras among police leaders and citizens have not yet been realized by and large in the ways anticipated by each,” Cynthia Lum, CJRA Expert.

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3/23/19- The Tennessean “I think juvenile justice statistics have a long way to go. You could protect confidentiality and the kids’ names, but we should know a lot more,” Simon Singer, CJRA Expert.

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3/4/19- Atlanta Journal Constitution “The rates of those re-offending are similar if they’re on GPS tracking or not,” Jason Rydberg, CJRA Expert.

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2/24/19 – USA Today “Unlike most crimes which involve the buying and selling of a consumable product … human trafficking entails the buying and selling of human beings, and they’re exploited over and over again,” – Jay Albanese, CJRA Expert.

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