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Rule by Violence, Rule by Law: Lynching, Jim Crow, and the Continuing Evolution of Voter Suppression in the U.S.
Brad Epperly (co-authored)
2019
Region: Western Hemisphere
The State and Society
Vulnerable Populations
Where is the Goal Line?: A Critical Look at Police Body-Worn Camera Programs
Geoffrey Alpert (Co-Authored)
2018
Region: Western Hemisphere
Criminal Justice
Legal Reform
Technology
The State and Society
Considering the Role of Security Sector Reform and Police Reform when Tackling Organized Crime in Post-Conflict Environments
Fiona Mangan
December 2018
Region: Europe and Eurasia
Conflict
Criminal Justice
Development
Disparity Does Not Mean Bias: Making Sense of Observed Racial Disparities in Fatal Officer-Involved Shootings with Multiple Benchmarks
Geoffrey Alpert (Co-Authored)
December 2018
Region: Global
Criminal Justice
Human Rights
The State and Society
Transitioning to the Accusatorial Model: Addressing Challenges for Legal Education and Training in Latin America: Symposium Final Report
Kiel Downey
December 6, 2018
Region: Western Hemisphere
Comparative Perspectives
Criminal Justice
Education
Legal Reform
Legal Systems
The State and Society
Exploring Police Use of Force Decision-Making Processes and Impairments Using a Naturalistic Decision-Making Approach
Geoffrey Alpert (Co-Authored)
November 2018
Region: Global
Criminal Justice
The State and Society
Striking a Balance: Research, Science, and Policing
Geoffrey Alpert (Co-Authored)
October 2018
Region: Global
Criminal Justice
The State and Society
Liminal Sovereignty: Mennonites and Mormons in Mexican Culture
Rebecca Janzen
October 2018
Region: Western Hemisphere
Conflict
Human Rights
Migration
Religion
Vulnerable Populations
Conflict and Courts: Civil War and Judicial Independence across Democracies
Brad Epperly (co-authored)
2018
Region: Global
Conflict
Legal Reform
Transitional Justice
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