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Edward P. Richards A Historical Review of the State Police Powers and Their Relevance to the Covid-19 Pandemic of 2020 11 Journal of National Security Law & Policy 83 (2020) Introduction. 83 I. Plagues in the Past. 84 II. Epidemic Disease in the American Colonies. 86 III. Public Health Law at the Time of the Drafting of the Constitution. 87 IV. The Post-Constitution Public Health Cases. 89 V. Gibbons v. Ogden: Do Police Powers Survive the Commerce Clause?. 90 VI. The Quarantine Cases. 91 VII. The Vaccine Cases. 96; Search Snippet: ...I: Who's in Charge? A HISTORICAL REVIEW OF THE STATE POLICE POWERS AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC OF... 2020
Brian Mogck A Proposal for Police Reform: Require Effective Accountability Measures in Police Union Contracts as a Condition of Tax-exempt Status 8/7/2020 University of Chicago Law Review Online 1 (August 7, 2020) In the wake of the May 25 police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, government leaders across the nation are urgently considering reforms that might prevent police brutality. Policy analysts have suggested changes to federal, state, and local laws to improve transparency for police departments and accountability for officers. Proposals have; Search Snippet: ...Chicago Law Review Online August 7, 2020 A PROPOSAL FOR POLICE REFORM: REQUIRE EFFECTIVE ACCOUNTABILITY MEASURES IN POLICE UNION CONTRACTS AS A CONDITION OF TAX-EXEMPT STATUS Brian... 2020
Brandon Hasbrouck Abolishing Racist Policing with the Thirteenth Amendment 67 UCLA Law Review 1108 (November, 2020) This Essay was also published in the UCLA Law Review's online publication, Discourse. Policing in America has always been about controlling the Black body. Indeed, modern policing was birthed and nurtured by white supremacy; its roots are found in slavery. Policing today continues to protect and serve the racial hierarchy blessed by the; Search Snippet: ...UCLA LAW REVIEW UCLA Law Review November, 2020 Article ABOLISHING RACIST POLICING WITH THE THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT Brandon Hasbrouck [FNa1] Copyright © 2020 by... 2020
Brandon Hasbrouck Abolishing Racist Policing with the Thirteenth Amendment 68 UCLA Law Review Discourse 200 (2020) Policing in America has always been about controlling the Black body. Indeed, modern policing was birthed and nurtured by white supremacy; its roots are found in slavery. Policing today continues to protect and serve the racial hierarchy blessed by the Constitution itself. But a string of U.S. Supreme Court rulings involving the Thirteenth; Search Snippet: ...UCLA LAW REVIEW DISCOURSE UCLA Law Review Discourse 2020 ABOLISHING RACIST POLICING WITH THE THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT Brandon Hasbrouck [FNa1] Copyright © 2020 UCLA... 2020
Monica C. Bell Anti-segregation Policing 95 New York University Law Review 650 (June, 2020) Conversations about police reform in lawmaking and legal scholarship typically take a narrow view of the multiple, complex roles that policing plays in American society, focusing primarily on their techniques of crime control. This Article breaks from that tendency, engaging police reform from a sociological perspective that focuses instead on the; Search Snippet: ...New York University Law Review June, 2020 Article ANTI-SEGREGATION POLICING Monica C. Bell [FNa1] Copyright © 2020 by Monica C. Bell... 2020
Megan Quattlebaum , Tom Tyler Beyond the Law: an Agenda for Policing Reform 100 Boston University Law Review 1017 (May, 2020) Legal discussions about how best to manage the use of force by the police have focused on possible changes in the legal standards through which the police are held accountable for their actions--standards established in Graham v. Connor. We argue that such changes are unlikely to change police conduct in desirable ways. The police are currently; Search Snippet: ...of Police Violence Contribution BEYOND THE LAW: AN AGENDA FOR POLICING REFORM Megan Quattlebaum [FNa1] Tom Tyler [FNaa1] Copyright © 2020 by... 2020
Christina Murray Cameras Down, Hands Up: How the Supreme Court Chilled the Development of the First Amendment Right to Record the Police 71 Mercer Law Review 1125 (Summer, 2020) You may not realize this, but the Supreme Court of the United States has possibly jeopardized one of your First Amendment rights: the right to record the police. While this right may mean little to you now, it could serve as a means of protecting your other rights and in keeping law enforcement accountable. Because of the right to record the police; Search Snippet: ...THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT TO RECORD THE POLICE [FNa1] Christina Murray Copyright © 2020 by Mercer University School of... 2020
  Convicted: Do Recent Cases Represent a Shift in Police Accountability? A Research Note 56 Criminal Law Bulletin 3 (2020) Dr. Jones-Brown earned a J.D. and a Ph.D. in criminal justice from Rutgers University. She is retired from the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York (CUNY). She was the founding director of the John Jay College Center on Race, Crime, and Justice; Search Snippet: ...Law Bulletin Convicted: Do Recent Cases Represent a Shift in Police Accountability? A Research Note Delores Jones-Brown * and Kwan... 2020
Frank Rudy Cooper Cop Fragility and Blue Lives Matter 2020 University of Illinois Law Review 621 (2020) There is a new police criticism. Numerous high-profile police killings of unarmed blacks between 2012-2016 sparked the movements that came to be known as Black Lives Matter, #SayHerName, and so on. That criticism merges race-based activism with intersectional concerns about violence against women, including trans women. There is also a new police; Search Snippet: ...ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW University of Illinois Law Review 2020 Article COP FRAGILITY AND BLUE LIVES MATTER Frank Rudy Cooper [FNa1] Copyright... 2020
Denise Herd Cycles of Threat: Graham V. Connor, Police Violence, and African American Health Inequities 100 Boston University Law Review 1047 (May, 2020) This Essay explores how Graham v. Connor and the policies it codified contribute to multiple and interacting levels of health inequities caused by police violence in African American communities. First, police violence leads to higher rates of deaths, physical injuries, and psychological harm among affected individuals. Second, police violence; Search Snippet: ...of Police Violence Contribution CYCLES OF THREAT: GRAHAM v. CONNOR , POLICE VIOLENCE, AND AFRICAN AMERICAN HEALTH INEQUITIES Denise Herd [FNa1] Copyright... 2020
Mitch Zamoff Determining the Perspective of a Reasonable Police Officer: an Evidence-based Proposal 65 Villanova Law Review 585 (2020) Excessive force jurisprudence in America is in disarray. Although the Supreme Court mandated over thirty years ago that courts determine the constitutionality of allegedly excessive force from the perspective of a reasonable officer on the scene, courts have never seemed more confused about how to make that determination. Without any definitive; Search Snippet: ...Law Review 2020 Article DETERMINING THE PERSPECTIVE OF A REASONABLE POLICE OFFICER: AN EVIDENCE-BASED PROPOSAL Mitch Zamoff [FNa1] Copyright © 2020... 2020
David Eichert Disciplinary Sodomy: Prison Rape, Police Brutality, and the Gendered Politics of Societal Control in the American Carceral System 105 Cornell Law Review 1775 (September, 2020) This Note engages with critical legal scholarship about gender and race to reframe discussions about sodomy in American law. Instead of concentrating on the history and constitutionality of sodomy bans, I instead demonstrate how disciplinary sodomy remains an intrinsic part of the American carceral system. I detail several scenarios in which anal; Search Snippet: ...Cornell Law Review September, 2020 Note DISCIPLINARY SODOMY: PRISON RAPE, POLICE BRUTALITY, AND THE GENDERED POLITICS OF SOCIETAL CONTROL IN THE... 2020
Caitlin Cavanagh, Erica Dalzell , Elizabeth Cauffman , Michigan State University, University of California, Irvine Documentation Status, Neighborhood Disorder, and Attitudes Toward Police and Courts among Latina Immigrants 26 Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 121 (February, 2020) Individuals who live in disordered neighborhoods tend to view the justice system more negatively. However, some families with an undocumented member may feel compelled to remain undetected or may lack the means for suitable housing, and thus may have little choice but to live in disordered neighborhoods. The present study answers the question, does; Search Snippet: ...Law February, 2020 DOCUMENTATION STATUS, NEIGHBORHOOD DISORDER, AND ATTITUDES TOWARD POLICE AND COURTS AMONG LATINA IMMIGRANTS [FNa1] Caitlin Cavanagh Erica Dalzell... 2020
Cedric Merlin Powell Down Here on the Ground: Prosecutorial Discretion, Intersectionality, Police Transparency, and Unintended Consequences 58 University of Louisville Law Review 407 (Summer, 2020) Criminal Justice Reform in the Commonwealth is an inspired collaboration between the Coalition for Public Safety and the University of Louisville Law Review offering a dynamic, critical assessment of the regional, statewide, and national manifestations of structural inequality in the criminal justice system. Building upon a previous symposium on; Search Snippet: ...2019 Symposium DOWN HERE ON THE GROUND: PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION, INTERSECTIONALITY, POLICE TRANSPARENCY, AND UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES Cedric Merlin Powell [FNa1] Copyright © 2020... 2020
Maryah Garner , Anna Harvey , Hunter Johnson Estimating Effects of Affirmative Action in Policing: a Replication and Extension 62 International Review of Law & Economics 1 (June, 2020) Article history: Received 7 September 2019 Accepted 8 November 2019 Available online 15 November 2019 JEL classification: H76 J15 J78 K31 Keywords: Affirmative Action Crime Policing Employment Discrimination Many police departments in the United States have experienced externally-imposed affirmative action plans designed to increase the shares of; Search Snippet: ...Law & Economics June, 2020 ESTIMATING EFFECTS OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN POLICING: A REPLICATION AND EXTENSION Maryah Garner [FNa] Anna Harvey [Fnb... 2020
  Evaluating Police Uses of Force by Seth W. Stoughton, Jeffrey J. Noble, and Geoffrey P. Alpert, Nyu Press, Https://nyupress.org, 352 Pp.; $60 56-OCT Trial 60 (October, 2020) This book focuses on the use of physical force by police officers is an issue of great importance that affects the public's attitudes about police and government. The authors--professors Stoughton and Alpert and police consultant Noble--estimate such force is used 600,000 times annually in the United States. They discuss how media coverage can lead; Search Snippet: ...2020 WL 5893618 TRIAL Trial October, 2020 Department Book EVALUATING POLICE USES OF FORCE BY SETH W. STOUGHTON, JEFFREY J. NOBLE... 2020
Sahar F. Aziz , Khaled A. Beydoun Fear of a Black and Brown Internet: Policing Online Activism 100 Boston University Law Review 1151 (May, 2020) Virtual surveillance is the modern extension of established policing models that tie dissident Muslim advocacy to terror suspicion and Black activism to political subversion. Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) and Black Identity Extremism (BIE) programs that specifically target Muslim and Black populations are shifting from on the ground to; Search Snippet: ...Police Violence Contribution FEAR OF A BLACK AND BROWN INTERNET: POLICING ONLINE ACTIVISM [FNd1] Sahar F. Aziz [FNa1] Khaled A. Beydoun... 2020
Chandra L. Ford Graham, Police Violence, and Health Through a Public Health Lens 100 Boston University Law Review 1093 (May, 2020) That police kill black people with impunity is a concerning social issue--but is it a public health problem? In this Essay, I examine how certain public health concepts and approaches can inform both the answer to this question and the development of strategies to address the problem. Drawing on Ruth Wilson Gilmore's definition of racism as the; Search Snippet: ...Apples: Exploring the Legal Determinants of Police Violence Contribution GRAHAM , POLICE VIOLENCE, AND HEALTH THROUGH A PUBLIC HEALTH LENS Chandra L... 2020
  Hernández V. Mesa and Police Liability for Youth Homicides Before and after the Death of Michael Brown 56 Criminal Law Bulletin 3 (2020) Delores Jones-Brown: Dr. Jones-Brown earned a J.D. and a Ph.D. in criminal justice from Rutgers University. She is retired from the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York (CUNY). She was the founding director of the John Jay College Center on Race,; Search Snippet: ...5 Fall 2020 Criminal Law Bulletin Hernández v. Mesa and Police Liability for Youth Homicides Before and After the Death of... 2020
Shima Baradaran Baughman How Effective Are Police? The Problem of Clearance Rates and Criminal Accountability 72 Alabama Law Review 47 (2020) Introduction. 48 I. How to Measure Police Effectiveness. 55 A. Defining Clearance Rates. 56 B. The Problems of Clearance Rates. 59 C. Criminal Accountability: Police Effectiveness at Solving Crime. 65 1. Known Crimes. 66 2. Conviction Rates. 69 3. Imprisonment Rates. 70 4. Crime Resolution Rates. 71 II. Measuring Criminal Accountability. 73 A; Search Snippet: ...LAW REVIEW Alabama Law Review 2020 Article HOW EFFECTIVE ARE POLICE? THE PROBLEM OF CLEARANCE RATES AND CRIMINAL ACCOUNTABILITY Shima Baradaran... 2020
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