As California and the nation debate the aftermath of the George Floyd killing, Stockton has some insights, if not answers, about what it means to
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Eight years into leading law enforcement in this long-troubled city, the results of Jones’ experimental approach are a lesson for a nation in turmoil about
This is the third and final podcast episode in the mini-series “After the protest” where Johanna Kinnock and Maria Brus Pedersen dive into some of
“Most of what the department does is not violence prevention,” said David Kennedy. “It’s not associated with crime. It covers a wide range: domestic disturbances,
“We are seeing the political shift that is happening in real time here,” David Kennedy, director of National Network for Safe Communities and a criminal
Critics see Chicago as emblematic of chaos that could follow decreases in police funding. Experts say the relationship between policing and gun violence is nuanced.
MORE Justice is putting particular focus on asking local law enforcement agencies, as well as city and county governments, to commit to a concept called
“When it comes to policing and public safety, I really think the world just changed,” Kennedy said. Kennedy says he’s been paying close attention to
The recent spotlight on deadly use-of-force encounters has led John Jay College of Criminal Justice Professor David Kennedy to ruminate whether the field of policing should have
In late 2019, members of the Greater Albuquerque Greater Chamber of Commerce and law enforcement leaders traveled to the John Jay College of Criminal Justice