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This paper presents a systematic study of early warning systems designed to identify officers who may be having problems... see more

NOTE:  Although this used to be free, there is now a cost for the book. This is a free textbook that is offered by Amazon... see more

This annual publication provides information about the officers who were killed, feloniously or accidentally and those... see more

This site, by the FBI, details the Brady Act Requirements, the NICS background checks, privacy and security sections,... see more

This site has all the information about the New York State Police. It has a lot of statistics which make this site semi... see more

This is an important national study of police officer attitudes and perceptions about abuse of authority. The findings... see more

This site contains lecture notes that are part of an introductory criminal justice course. The lecture notes address... see more

This document contains the most comprehensive data on citizens shot and killed by police and police feloniously killed by... see more

This is an excellent discussion by several former U.S. Department of Justice officials about the opportunities and... see more

This site contains the table of contents for a report on police brutality. The entire report is available with appendices... see more

UNODC’S Counter-Terrorism Learning Platform is an interactive toolspecifically designed for the training of criminal... see more

This is a very useful collection of articles on research issues related to police officer use of force. It is... see more

This document discusses early intervention systems to enhance accountability within law enforcement agencies. A variety... see more

 In this book, you will examine the moral and ethical issues that exist within law enforcement. This book will also... see more

Newark, NJ police department 2016 policing strategies. Documentary

This site is part of a course on Evidence. There is information on identification (with special types such as DNA... see more

Gangs are morphing, multiplying, and migrating—entrenching themselves not just in our inner cites but increasingly in our... see more

Critics of DNA sweeps have charged that they are unconstitutional, violating Fourth Amendment rights of individuals who... see more

This report provides a brief overview of programs designed to provide outreach from American police departments to the... see more

This paper is based on a survey of police abuse cases reported in the news media. Cases were identified through... see more

Extensive 82 page document regarding the use of early intervention systems by front line supervisors in policing.... see more

These are lecture notes from an introductory course in criminal justice. In this set of notes, the history of police, the... see more

This is a free textbook that is offered by Amazon for reading on a Kindle.  Anybody can read Kindle books—even without a... see more

This PPT covers Chapter 1 from the textbook Criminal Law By Storm by Lisa M. Storm.