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Police in Schools: Securing America’s Future

Perhaps the best way to police schools does not necessarily correlate with increasing the presence of police and metal detectors.


Lessons from Inspector Clouseau: What America’s Police Can Learn from Europe

Implementing policies from European countries can benefit American police forces.


Apartheid Sustained: Brutality and Distrust in South Africa’s Police Force

Today, under President Jacob Zuma’s governance, police force is being used in ways that have led some to question the strength of democracy in South Africa.


Cyberespionage, and the Need for Norms

With Russia accused of meddling with America’s democracy, the need to define internationally-accepted cyber behavior is clearer now than ever before.


Note from the President

“Striking harmony between these two groups—the policers and the policed—is an ongoing project here in America and beyond.”


Police Brutality: A Statistical Perspective

Identifying the police as one block of people with the same mindset, biases, and behaviors is dangerous if one hopes to understand the racial aspect of police brutality.