Problems with Community Policing?

pace-law-school1The following is a compilation of select resources on community policing and criminal justice. It was developed to enhance and continue the discussions that began  on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 at Pace Law in a timely Town Hall meeting titled “Improving Relationships between Police and Communities of Color.” It commenced with a presentation from Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. from the Urban League of Westchester County who recounted the startling events that led to what he termed the “murder” of his father by White Plains Police Officers a few years ago. Adjunct Law Professor Lou Fasulo also spoke on the many challenges that exist in navigating the issue of better community policing and many questions ensued.

Select books at Pace Law Library

  • Community policing, community justice, and restorative justice: exploring the links for the delivery of a balanced approach to public safety by Nicholl, Caroline G – Call # HV7936.C83 N53 1999
  • The first civil right: how liberals built prison America by Murakawa, Naomi. – Call # HV9950 .M86 2014
  • The last neighborhood cops: the rise and fall of community policing in New York public housing, by Umbach, Gregory Holcomb. – Call # HV7936.C83 U43 2011

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