Washington Post provides studies that there is racial bias in our criminal justice system.

This project shows how civilian oversight of police can improve community relations, enhance transparency, and increase accountability.

Harvard Business Review discusses two strategies that make Diversity and Inclusion trainings effective.  They are relatively simple and easy to implement.

Harvard Business Review Article July 28, 2017

Meditation in Policing

Chief Mohr talks candidly about implementing meditation practices in policing.  She talks about "freaking out", being courageous, using "feminine" skills in leadership and how meditation has made her and her department better police officers.

Incredibly interesting interview with Sylvia Moir, Chief of Police in Tempe Arizona

"The President's Role in Advancing Criminal Justice Reform," President Barack Obama, Harvard Law Review (Jan. 5, 2017) 

President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing: The Final Report  (2015)

"The Organizational Reasons Police Departments Don't Change"
by Barbara Armacost, Harvard Business Review (Aug. 19, 2016)

Implicit Bias in the Legal Profession,
Powerpoint by Janie Schulman and Stephanie Fong, Morrison & Forrester
(January, 2014)

Video for Prospective Jurors on Unconscious Bias (2017) produced by the US District Court, Western District of Washington

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