Law enforcement

The Méndez Principles: Science Shows Interrogation is Too Serious for Amateurs

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Jun 3rd, 2021

The Méndez Principles: A New Standard for Effective Interviewing by Police and Others, While Respecting Human Rights

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Jun 1st, 2021

The Méndez Principles: Leadership to Transform Interrogation via Science, Law, and Ethics

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Jun 1st, 2021

Reckoning with State-Sanctioned Racial Violence: Lessons from the Tulsa Race Massacre

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May 29th, 2021

The Guilty Verdict in the Chauvin Trial Did Not Cure America’s Over-policing Problem

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May 4th, 2021

Key Takeaways From Latest FISA Court Opinion on Section 702 and FBI Warrantless Queries

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Apr 28th, 2021

Lack of Officials’ Cultural Competency Will Hamper Hate Crimes Laws

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Apr 5th, 2021

Policing in Nigeria and the US: When Domestic Issues and Foreign Policy Connect

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Feb 10th, 2021

To Prevent Domestic Terrorism, the US Needs Community Reporting That Protects Civil Liberties

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Feb 9th, 2021

Social Media Video Evidence in Impeachment Trial: Lessons from International Tribunals

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Feb 5th, 2021

The Capitol Assault and the Continuing Threat: A Podcast Conversation with Elizabeth Neumann

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Jan 30th, 2021

Guardrails Needed for FBI Access to Social Media Monitoring

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Jan 26th, 2021

Gaps in Trump’s Pardons: How the Biden Administration Can Still Pursue Justice

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Jan 24th, 2021

MLK Believed “No Justice, No Peace”

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Jan 18th, 2021

Tragedy at the Capitol: Four Questions that Demand Answers

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Jan 9th, 2021

Criminalizing Foreign Relations: How the Biden Administration Can Prevent a Global Arrest Game

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Dec 18th, 2020

Polish Government’s Attacks on Rule of Law Violate Not Only EU Norms but International Law

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Dec 11th, 2020

Revitalizing US Democracy Starts with Repairing the Right to Peaceful Assembly

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Dec 9th, 2020

Defense Policy Negotiations Near Completion in Congress, With Human Rights Provisions in Play

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Nov 25th, 2020

Destroying Federal Documents During a Presidential Transition Is a Federal Crime

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Nov 5th, 2020

Easing Election-Related Tensions: Lessons for the US from Elections Abroad

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Nov 1st, 2020

Good Governance Paper No. 19: The Criminal Legal System — Toward a Paradigm Shift

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Nov 1st, 2020

App Stores as Back-Doors for Government Regulation of End-to-End Encryption

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Oct 15th, 2020

In the Drive to Curb Police Abuses, Rein in Their Tech Too

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Aug 7th, 2020

New Technologies, New Problems – Troubling Surveillance Trends in America

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Aug 6th, 2020

Police Violence at Home Requires a Rethink of U.S. Foreign Policy and Assistance Abroad

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Aug 4th, 2020

Defund America’s Endless Wars

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Jul 29th, 2020

Politically Motivated Prosecutions Part II: Refuse, Report, Resign

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Jul 28th, 2020

Politically-Motivated Prosecutions Part I: Legal Obligations and Ethical Duties of Prosecutors

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Jul 27th, 2020

Portland’s Pretext: Barr’s Long History Manipulating Law to Put Federal Forces on U.S. Streets

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Jul 19th, 2020

Congress Must Seize This Chance to Help Demilitarize Law Enforcement

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Jul 15th, 2020

Black Security and the Conundrum of Policing

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Jul 15th, 2020

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