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The “Territorial Imperative” and Problem Solving Partnerships: LAPD Defines Community
This presentation, delivered in 2013 for the American Society of Criminology, considers community-based policing and its use in Los Angeles, California. The presentation considers the effect of community-based policing on ...
Policing the ‘progressive’ city: The racialized geography of drug law enforcement
(Theoretical Criminology, 2013)
This article explores selective drug law enforcement practices in a single municipality, San Francisco, where racial disproportionality in drug arrest rates is among the highest in the United States. We situate this work ...