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SpotCrime Weekly Reads: Police oversight, gun violence, prison

Police oversight, officer resilience, misconduct data, gun violence, green space and crime, ADHD and criminality, predictive policing, drones as first responders, police transparency, police hiring and crime, juvenile justice programs, states spending on prisoners, and more... POLICE CONDUCT Problems continue to plague the Minneapolis Community Commission on Police Oversight  (MinnPost) see also:  Speaking of Reform: Experimental Insights into Influencing Police Executives' Perspectives on Civilian Oversight  (CRIMRXIV) U.S. Law Enforcement Officers’ Stress, Job Satisfaction, Job Performance, and Resilience: A National Sample  (Sage Journals) Crime and Punishment Can American policing be fixed?  (Harper's Magazine) Power Check: Missing police misconduct data  (Axios) House passes Law Enforcement Officers’ Due Process, Accountability and Transparency Act  (Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly) CRIME RATE Urban greenspace and neighborhood crime  (Wiley Online Library) IMPD depending on da

SpotCrime Weekly Reads: databases for transparency, internal investigations, opioid epidemic

Internal investigations, opioid epidemic and homicide, DOJ corporate crime database, black women victimization, license plate readers, ShotSpotter tech improvements, Dallas crime data dashboard inaccessible, Delaware police transparency bill, NJ criminal justice database, probation while low risk, juvenile justice funding, and more... POLICE CONDUCT Tulsa Police Defy Department Policy By Hiding Internal Investigation  (Oklahoma Watch) Baltimore County Police trial board supports firing officer for false report, lying to supervisor  (Baltimore Sun) CRIME RATE The Opioid Epidemic and Homicide  (CRIMRXIV) Chicago Injustice Unveiled: The Shocking Statistics of Black Women Victimization  (Southwest Journal) Is Birmingham really the second ‘most dangerous city in the U.S.’?  ( DOJ Launches Corporate Crime Database  (Lexology) 'Crime in Virginia' report reveals increased violent crime rates, alarming trends  (ABC13) CRIM-TECH Bibb County to install license plate reading cameras

SpotCrime Weekly Reads: Gun violence, murder rate decrease, AI and police forces

Police data, military policing, relationship between income and crime, murder rate is falling, gun violence reduction plans, AI and police forces, police data transparency, license plate readers, drones as first responders, transformative juvenile justice, bond data dashboard, and more... POLICE CONDUCT APD Uses Data to Drive Policework  (Alameda Post) Researchers find little evidence military policing reduces crime  ( CRIME RATE ‘Performance crime’ on TikTok and YouTube is driving up car thefts, police say  (Fortune) Relationship between Income and Crime in Chicago  (Symposium) SAPD Chief ‘cautiously optimistic’ on violent crime plan’s progress  (KSAT) Arizona had one of the highest rates of domestic violence deaths in 2022, report finds  ( The Murder Rate is Suddenly Falling  (The Atlantic) see also:  The Tide: Drastic decline in Savannah murder statistics City police department reports only one homicide this year as of May 27  (The Current) and also:  Data sho