Copyright (c)NACOLE. Image captures first page of NACOLE Review (Summer 2016)

Copyright (c) NACOLE. Image captures first page of NACOLE Review (Summer 2016)

A summary article on one of IGGI’s research projects — “Weighing Risks and Prioritizing Accountability in Use of Force: Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement As Less Lethal Technologies Advance” — has been published in the NACOLE Review (Summer 2016). The National Association for the Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement is central to oversight and is dedicated to fair and professional policing and is central to facilitating police accountability by helping to train oversight practitioners, facilitating rigorous research into oversight of law enforcement, providing key information to public officials, and assisting with establishing or improving civilian oversight organizations

A copy of the Summer 2016 edition of the NACOLE Review — which includes an article by IGGI President Dr. Loan Le — can be found here.


References

(1) Loan Le, Weighing Risks and Prioritizing Accountability in Use of Force: Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement As Less Lethal Technologies Advance. NACOLE Review 9, 11 (Summer 2016).

(2) Loan Le and Maitria Moua, Civilian Oversight and Developments in Less Lethal Technologies: Weighing Risks and Prioritizing Accountability in Domestic Law Enforcement, 14 Seattle Journal for Social Justice 101, 101-144 (2015).

 

 

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