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Policing the Police
Can Deterrence Theory Explain the Stephon Clark Shooting?

The crisis in American policing isn’t because of a “few bad apples.” It’s due to decades of bad public policy.

Appeared in: Volume 13, Number 6 | Published on: May 8, 2018
Arthur Rizer is director of justice and national security policy at the R Street Institute and a former visiting professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center and associate professor of law at West Virginia University College of Law. Abdul Rad is a graduate student in politics at the University of Oxford and an associate fellow of the R Street Institute focused on the politics of criminal justice reform, political parties and special interest in America. Jonathan Haggerty, a justice policy associate at R Street, manages the institute’s justice and national security policy program portfolio.
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