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Volume 77, Issue 2, March/April 2017

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EDITORIALS

Amplifying the Voices of Practitioners in PAR
James L. Perry

SYMPOSIUM: POLICING AND RACE
James D. Ward and Charles E. Menifield, Editors

Editors’ Introduction
James D. Ward and Charles E. Menifield
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PERSPECTIVES

The Future of Policing Reform: The Way Forward?
Laurie O. Robinson and Charles H. Ramsey

Black and Blue
Jeff Pegues
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Concrete Advice for Police Reform: An Interview with Marc Morial
James D. Ward
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ARTICLES

Beyond Profiling: The Institutional Sources of Racial Disparities in Policing
Charles R. Epp, Steven Maynard-Moody and Donald Haider-Markel

Commentary
Investigative Police Stops – Necessary or Insidious? A Practitioner’s Viewpoint
Vince E. Davenport
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Forcible Stops: Police and Citizens Speak Out
John A. Eterno, Christine S. Barrow and Eli B. Silverman

Commentary
Measuring Metrics
Rocco DeBenedetto
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Does Increasing Ethnic Representativeness Reduce Police Misconduct? Evidence from Police Reform in England and Wales
Sounman Hong

Will More Black Cops Matter? Officer Race and Police-Involved Homicides of Black Citizens
Sean Nicholson-Crotty, Jill Nicholson-Crotty and Sergio Fernandez

Preventing Use of Deadly Force: The Relationship between Police Agency Policies and Rates of Officer-Involved Gun Deaths
Jay T. Jennings and Meghan E. Rubado
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Commentary
Taking a Comprehensive View to Reducing Officer-Involved Deaths
Betsy Fretwell and Joseph Lombardo
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Government Communication Effectiveness and Satisfaction with Police Performance: A Large-Scale Survey Study
Alfred Tat-Kei Ho and Wonhyuk Cho

Commentary
Perception and Performance in Effective Policing
Jorge A. Villegas
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Toward an Analytical Framework for the Study of Race and Police Violence
James D. Ward and Mario A. Rivera
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BOOK REVIEWS
Danny L. Balfour, Editor

Policing and Race in America: Reforms Needed
Charles E. Menifield
Book reviewed: Black and Blue: Inside the Divide between the Police and Black America by Jeff Pegues (2017)
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Whose Voice? The Role of Charities in the Rise of Hyper-Policing of Their Clients
Joseph Mead
Book reviewed: Down, Out, and Under Arrest: Policing and Everyday Life in Skid Row by Forrest Stuart (2016)

Race, Class, and Gender: An Intersectional Framework
Keesha M. Middlemass
Book reviewed: Race, Class & Gender: An Anthology, 9th edition edited by Margaret L. Andersen and Patricia Hill Collins (2016)

A Call to Consciousness: Examining the Evolution of America’s Racial Caste System
Aaron C. Rollins, Jr., and Erica R. Hilliard
Book reviewed: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander (2012)
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RESEARCH SYNTHESIS
Michael McGuire, Editor

Developing Practice-Oriented Theory on Collaboration: A Paradox Lens
Siv Vangen

Commentary
Paradox in Practice
Simon Wilson

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND THE DISCIPLINES
Rosemary O’Leary, Editor

Collective Leadership and Context in Public Administration: Bridging Public Leadership Research and Leadership Studies
Sonia M. Ospina

Commentary
Getting on the Right Bus with a Theory
Clay Pearson
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ADMINISTRATIVE PROFILE
Henry Lambright, Editor

Ernest S. Griffith: A Renaissance Man, a Pioneering Public Administrator
Stephen W. Stathis

BOOK REVIEWS
Danny L. Balfour, Editor

Editor’s Introduction
Danny L. Balfour

In the Age of Dark Money: Slouching toward Bethlehem
Curtis Ventriss
Book reviewed: The Hidden History of the Billionaires behind the Rise of the Radical Right by Jane Mayer (2016)

Confronting the Heartbreak and Injustice of Eviction
Dan Immergluck
Book reviewed: Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond (2016)

COMMUNICATIONS

Ethical Safety Net Providers
Robin Mathews

Free Clinics as Safety Net Providers for Hispanic Immigrants
Carl F. Ameringer and Saltanat Liebert

 

 


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