Policing in Minority Communities
with Jennifer DoleacTwitter Texas A&M University
June 29, 2020
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Policing in minority communities has been a focus of the protests that followed the tragic death of George Floyd. Jennifer Doleac of Texas A&M University speaks with EconoFact’s Executive Editor Michael Klein about the need to test a range of policy initiatives, from training, to community outreach, to improve efficacy, and build trust within communities. Prof. Doleac is also the host of Probable Causation, a podcast on law, economics, and crime.
(Podcast recorded on 11th June, 2020)
- Crime in the Time of COVID-19 (with David S. Abrams, University of Pennsylvania)
- Incarceration and the COVID-19 Crisis (by Jennifer Doleac, Texas A&M University, Anna Harvey, New York University, and Jacob Kaplan, University of Pennsylvania)
- Wider Effects of Police Killings in Minority Neighborhoods (by Desmond And, Harvard University)
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