44 min

Legal-Eease & A4J Podcast Episode: Police Use of Force Reform Legal-Ease Podcast

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Today's podcast episode features leaders in reforming accountability for police who use excessive or deadly force against civilians. They each have proposed statutory reforms, which have been adopted in this past year. We're joined by Professor Cynthia Lee at the George Washington University Law School, Professor Catherine Smith at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, and Professor Frank Rudy Cooper at University of Nevada – Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law, where he directs the Program on Race, Gender, and Policing.

Today's podcast episode features leaders in reforming accountability for police who use excessive or deadly force against civilians. They each have proposed statutory reforms, which have been adopted in this past year. We're joined by Professor Cynthia Lee at the George Washington University Law School, Professor Catherine Smith at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, and Professor Frank Rudy Cooper at University of Nevada – Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law, where he directs the Program on Race, Gender, and Policing.

44 min

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