CONTRADICTIONS IN POLICY AND ANGER IN OUTCOMES
In the 1960s, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) initiated a concept called “team policing.” The concept was to embed the same officers within their communities with the intent that a kind of mutual socialization would occur. Read more.
BREAK EVERY CHAIN
There are many visible forms of collaboration such as public-public, public-private and public-social. Fuzzy or not, they have at least one thing in common: a shared goal. Read more.
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UNTIE YOUR HANDS - By now, most of us have heard of the tragic deaths of Freddie Gray, Oscar Grant, Walter Scott, Sean Bell and Eric Garner. Read more.
RACKETEERING IN PUBLIC SERVICE - Can a school district function as a criminal enterprise? What about a probation department or a political party organization? Read more.
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