Wednesday, April 19, 2017

April Articles 2

   Technology
     In Wake of Attack, U.K. Officials to
     Push Against Encryption Technology
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       The New York Times (03/27/2017)
     Smile! You’ve Just Been Identified by Face Recognition  Read  
       New York Daily News (03/27/2017)
   Drugs
    Largely White Opioid Epidemic Highlights
    Black Frustration with Drug War
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     USA Today (03/27/2017)
   The Children Left Behind:
   As One Generation Dies, The Next One’s in Peril
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     Portland Press Herald (03/29/2017)
   Crime
    Federal Criminal Prosecutions Fall to
    Lowest Level in Nearly Two Decades
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     Pew Research Center (03/28/2017)
   The Prison Scam That Leads to Violence  Read  
     The Crime Report (03/28/2017)
   Prevention
    How Truckers, Hotel Workers Can Fight Sex Trafficking
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      The Pew Charitable Trusts (03/28/2017)
  Policing
   NYPD ShotSpotter Gunfire Sensors
   Improve Rate of 911 Calls
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     New York Daily News (03/28/2017)
  Procedure
   Justice Department Watchdog Finds
   DEA Cash Seizure Program May Pose Risk to Civil Liberties
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     Los Angeles Times (03/29/2017)
   Making Freedom Free — Some of the nation’s district attorneys are using their power to  end the cash bail system.  Read  
   Slate (03/29/2017)
 
These articles and more are available in the PCE Policy Library which resides on Prosecutors’ Encyclopedia (PE). The PCE Policy Library is a resource that contains thousands of articles and reports on topics impacting prosecutors, including ethics, technological developments, social science, innovative law enforcement practices, and evolving trends in crime. Prosecutors with a PE account can access these resources at: http://pe.nypti.org/wiki/Prosecutors_Center_for_Excellence_Policy_Library. Prosecutors can request an account at www.NRCFP.com.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

April Articles


   Procedure
   Bevin Signs Contentious Blue Lives Matter Law
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   Courier-Journal (03/22/2017)
   Should Prosecutors Chastise Those They Don’t Charge?  Read  
   The New York Times (03/24/2017)
   Collateral Consequences:
   Protecting Public Safety or Encouraging Recidivism?
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   The Heritage Foundation (3/7/2017)
   Prevention
   In Chicago and Philadelphia, the Difference a Park Makes
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   The New York Times (3/12/2017)
   Criminologists Urge Trump Administration
   Not to Cut Science from Crime Policy
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   The Washington Post (03/23/2017)
  Policing
  How to be a 21st Century Cop
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   The Crime Report (03/23/2017)
  Forensics
  Judge Permits Bite Mark Evidence for Ross Retrial
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   Altoona Mirror (03/25/2017)
  Worthy Lauds Processing of Thousands of Rape Kits  Read  
   The Detroit News (3/2/2017)
  Drugs
  2 of a Farmer's 3 Children Overdosed.
  What of the Third — and the Land?
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   The New York Times (3/12/2017)
  Juveniles
  The Contagious Spread of Violence
  Among US Adolescents Through Social Networks
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   The American Journal of Public Health (July 2017)
 
   These articles and more are available in the PCE Policy Library which resides on Prosecutors’ Encyclopedia (PE). The PCE Policy Library is a resource that contains thousands of articles and reports on topics impacting prosecutors, including ethics, technological developments, social science, innovative law enforcement practices, and evolving trends in crime. Prosecutors with a PE account can access these resources at: http://pe.nypti.org/wiki/Prosecutors_Center_for_Excellence_Policy_Library. Prosecutors can request an account at www.NRCFP.com
 

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

March Articles

Prosecutors
Interview with Mike Herring,
Commonwealth Attorney for the City of Richmond, VA​  Read
Richmond Justice (10/21/2016)
Prevention
Goodwill Fighting Recidivism in Arkansas
by Building Trust to Fight Crime  Read
THV11 (2017)
Policing
Police Bias, Use of Deadly Force,
Public Outcry — Vicious Cycle?​  Read
American Society of Criminology (2017)
Survey Reveals Disconnect
​Between Police and Public Attitudes  Read
The Washington Post (01/11/2017)
Kentucky State Police to
Investigate Shootings Involving Police  Read
The Courier-Journal (02/15/2017)
Ethics
Pennsylvania AG Releases New Code of
Conduct for AG’s Office Employees  Read
PennLive (01/19/2017)
Pennsylvania AG Code of Conduct  Read
Office of Pennsylvania Attorney General (2017)
Juvenile Justice
What We Can Learn from the Amazing
Drop in Juvenile Incarceration  Read
The Marshall Project (01/24/2017)
Crime
Traffic Deaths Soared Past 40,000 Last Year
for the First Time in Decades  Read
The Washington Post (02/15/2017)
Victims and Witnesses
In Connecticut, Calling for Help Carries Risks
for Victims of Domestic Violence  Read
ProPublica (02/16/2017)

These articles and more are available in the PCE Policy Library which resides on Prosecutors’ Encyclopedia (PE). The PCE Policy Library is a resource that contains thousands of articles and reports on topics impacting prosecutors, including ethics, technological developments, social science, innovative law enforcement practices, and evolving trends in crime. Prosecutors with a PE account can access these resources at: http://pe.nypti.org/wiki/Prosecutors_Center_for_Excellence_Policy_Library. Prosecutors can request an account at www.NRCFP.com

Friday, February 24, 2017

February Articles


Technology
What DA’s Battle with Facebook Could Mean for Your Privacy
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New York Post (01/07/2017)
Policing
The Wrong Side of History — Police Training in the Holocaust Museum​  Read 
Chicago Magazine (01/31/2017)
Mass Incarceration
Study: Mass Incarceration System
Costs At Least $182 Billion per Year
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The Crime Report (01/26/2017)
Prevention
After Prison, Davontae Sanford Steers Teens from Crime
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The Detroit News (01/31/2017)
Drugs
Seattle, King County Move to Open Nation’s
First Safe Injection Sites for Drug Users
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The Seattle Times (01/27/2017)
Procedure
What is a ‘Violent Crime’? For California’s New Parole Law,
the Definition is Murky - and it Matters
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Los Angeles Times (01/27/2017)
Crime
America’s Oldest Crime Victims
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The Crime Report (01/30/2017)
Judge Acquits Two Men in Perjury Case
Over Recanted Testimony in 1993 Gentilly Murder
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The New Orleans Advocate (01/30/2017)
 
These articles and more are available in the PCE Policy Library which resides on Prosecutors’ Encyclopedia (PE). The PCE Policy Library is a resource that contains thousands of articles and reports on topics impacting prosecutors, including ethics, technological developments, social science, innovative law enforcement practices, and evolving trends in crime. Prosecutors with a PE account can access these resources at: http://pe.nypti.org/wiki/Prosecutors_Center_for_Excellence_Policy_Library. Prosecutors can request an account at www.NRCFP.com

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

January Articles

Procedure
Texas Panel on Wrongful Convictions Calls for
Ending Use of Unverified Drug Field Tests
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ProPublica (01/18/2017)
Policing
D.C. Police Body Cameras: Off at Demonstrations,
On for Criminal Behavior, Public Interaction
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The Washington Post (01/19/2017)
How Should Texas Teach Students to Interact with Police?  Read
The Texas Tribune (01/20/2017)
Prevention
Six Blocks, 96 Buildings, Zero Shootings:
New Recipe at the Queensbridge Houses
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The New York Times (01/19/2017)
DA Wants Criminals to Meditate
as Part of ‘Anti-Burnout Program’
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New York Post (01/20/2017)
LRPD Chief Details New Unit
Designed to Prevent Violent Crime
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Arkansas Matters (01/22/2017)
Technology
2016 Was a Record Year for Data Breaches
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Bloomberg Technology (01/19/2017)
Crime
A Needed Reprieve for Young N.Y. Men
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New York Daily News (01/20/2017)
Mass. Supreme Court Orders Prosecutors to
Review 24,000 Cases Tainted by ‘Rogue’ Chemist
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The Washington Post (01/20/2017)
Juvenile Justice
Raise the Age Gets New Look in Connecticut
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The Crime Report (01/20/2017)
These articles and more are available in the PCE Policy Library which resides on Prosecutors’ Encyclopedia (PE). The PCE Policy Library is a resource that contains thousands of articles and reports on topics impacting prosecutors, including ethics, technological developments, social science, innovative law enforcement practices, and evolving trends in crime. Prosecutors with a PE account can access these resources at: http://pe.nypti.org/wiki/Prosecutors_Center_for_Excellence_Policy_Library. Prosecutors can request an account at www.NRCFP.com