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James D. Ward teaches in the School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University-Newark.
Part I: Political Challenges
James D. Ward
- Policing and Race in America: Economic, Political, and Social Dynamics
Donomic Bearfield, Robert Maranto, and Ian Kingsbury
- What to Do When the Yelling Stops: How Black Lives Matter Can Have Lasting Impact
John Eterno and Christine Barrow
- Contemporary Police and Minorities in the United States: Causes, Theories, and Solutions
Andrew J. Grandage, Britt S. Aliperti and Brian N. Williams
- Leveraging the Intersection of Politics, Problem and Policy in Organizational and Social Change: An Historical Analysis of the Detroit, Los Angeles, and Atlanta Police Departments
Vanessa Cruz Nichols, Alana M.W. LeBron, and Francisco I. PedrazaPart II: Economic Realities
- Policy Feedback: Government Skepticism Trickling from Immigration to Matters of Health
Samuel L. Myers, Jr.
- What Have We Learned about Incarceration and Race? Lessons from 30 years of Research
- Should More Law Enforcement be the Answer to Crime?
Barry D. Friedman and Maria J. AlboPart III: Social Ramifications
- Punishing Members of Disadvantaged Minority Groups for Calling 911
Sharlene Graham Boltz
- Check Your Bubble! Mindful Intersections of Trauma and Community Policing
Jared Ellison and Benjamin Steiner
- Assessing Racial and Ethnic Differences in the Consequences of Police Use of Force
Edward Dillon, Brian N. Williams, Seong C. Kang, Juan E. Gilbert, Julian Brinkley, and Dekita Moon.
- Bridging the Safety Divide Through Technology to Improve the Partnership between Students and Campus Law Enforcement: An “App” Opportunity
Lauren Edwards and Ian Klein
- Community Policing as a Solution: What is the Evidence?
Mario A. Rivera and James D. WardConclusion: Reflections on Realities, Challenges, and RamificationsJames D. Ward
- Developing a Comparativist Ethics for the Evaluative Study of Racialized Police Violence