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NYTimes: Wearing a Badge, and a Video Camera (Apr 2013) - Some police departments are using miniaturized video cameras and their microphones to capture, in full detail, officers’ interactions with civilians. - csh

Wearable Video Cameras, for Police Officers

NYTimes: Wearing a Badge, and a Video Camera (Apr - Some police departments are using miniaturized video cameras and their microphones to capture, in full detail, officers’ interactions with civilians.

Penetrating the Police Brotherhood When the head of America’s largest police group apologized to minority communities this week, he was acknowledging that the problem starts at the top. By Frank Serpico October 22, 2016

Penetrating the Police Brotherhood

Penetrating the Police Brotherhood -- When the head of America’s largest police group apologized to minority communities this week, he was acknowledging that the problem starts at the top. By Frank Serpico

New York Times: Subway Kiosks Will Guide Riders (In Between Ads) - Lipstick on a pig? Sorry to pick on NYC, but is this another misguided idea? The article comments reinforce the importance of not neglecting the basics. Many New Yorkers would like to see an investment in things like cleanliness and safety before urban navigation and tourism.  Should there be a Hierarchy of Technology, a la Maslow?

Subway Kiosks Will Guide Riders (In Between Ads)

New York Times: Subway Kiosks Will Guide Riders (In Between Ads) - Lipstick on a pig? Sorry to pick on NYC, but is this another misguided idea? The article comments reinforce the importance of not neglecting the basics. Many New Yorkers would like to see an investment in things like cleanliness and safety before urban navigation and tourism. Should there be a Hierarchy of Technology, a la Maslow?

The Paris Agreement is based upon a fundamental misconception of climate history and science.

Demonstrators  Media: Social media meets traditional media, June 2012. I came across some pro-life protesters on the streets of Chicago, as well as some counter protesters. As I indicated in another pin, protesting is a form of old-school social media. What I like about this image is the fact that the (old school?) newspaper (Tribune) photographer is trying to take his picture. Even in the Digital Era, the story always comes down to people... - csh

Demonstrators Media: Social media meets traditional media, June 2012. I came across some pro-life protesters on the streets of Chicago, as well as some counter protesters. As I indicated in another pin, protesting is a form of old-school social media. What I like about this image is the fact that the (old school?) newspaper (Tribune) photographer is trying to take his picture. Even in the Digital Era, the story always comes down to people... - csh

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Chicago Was On The Verge Of Police Reform. Then Trump Picked Jeff Sessions To Run The DOJ.

Chicago Was On The Verge Of Police Reform. Then Trump Picked Sessions To Run The DOJ.

The city will serve as a bellwether for how -- or if -- the Justice Department will fight police abuse under the new attorney general.

Bloomberg Businessweek – 2 November 2015

Bloomberg Businessweek – 2 November 2015 free ebook

We Have Fewer Crimes. Does That Mean We Need Fewer Police?

The U.S. Has Fewer Crimes. Does That Mean It Needs Fewer Police?

With crime rates at lows not seen in decades, but drug addiction and untreated mental illness looming as persistent problems, some say it may be time to rethink the size of police forces.

Police Foundation The Shift Length Experiment

Advancing Policing Through Innovation and Science

The Innocence Project exonerates the wrongly convicted through DNA testing and reforms the criminal justice system to prevent future injustices.

The punishment continues after incarceration… Those proven to have been wrongfully convicted through post-conviction DNA testing spend, on average, more than 14 years behind bars. The agony of prison life and the complete loss

How Trump’s Hands-Off Approach to Policing Is Frustrating Some Chiefs - The New York Times

How Trump’s Hands-Off Approach to Policing Is Frustrating Some Chiefs

Trump Cracks Down on Crime, but Not on the Police Who Fight It

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