For 60 years I’ve hoped (and worked) for police reform. Yes, I have seen some significant improvements — police today … More
Tag: 21st Century Policing
What Have We Learned Since Ferguson?
The shooting in Ferguson in August, 2014, when a young black man was killed by a white police officer and … More
Women Police Shape the Future
Three women shaping future of law enforcement In Washington “Over time, a lot of my fellow officers could see, well, … More
This Has Gotta Stop!
I’ve tended to put this blog on the back burner as I age — yet a calling is a calling. … More
Time to Think, Time to Reflect
We all need to take time to reflect on our lives and what we do. It should be a frequent … More
Policing: To Alter or Abolish?
Tracey L. Meares, is the Walton Hale Hamilton Professor of Law at Yale University, a woman of color, and served on … More
Most Popular Posts This Year
Since 2011, “Improving Police” has published over 900 posts, received 400,000 visits from 130 countries around the world, and now … More
Thinking About the Coming Year
As a student and practitioner of public leadership for many years, I find the election of Donald Trump, to be … More
Why the 2nd Annual Conference on 21st Century Policing at the University of Wisconsin in Platteville is important is that … More
21st Century Policing: Bright, Shining Lights!
[Ed note: The following article by Jerry Abramson, Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, is a … More