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CCCCO and POST Forum #4: Evidence-Based Policing: Use of Force - Shared screen with speaker view
Seth Stoughton
58:24
Josh's organization is the Center for Policing Equity: https://policingequity.org
Seth Stoughton
01:42:07
BJJ = Brazilian jiu jitsu
Justin Nix
01:54:26
To Brad's point about principled policing (including the use of procedural justice), recent studies find that training can reduce use of force and complaints: https://www.pnas.org/content/117/18/9815.short
Justin Nix
01:54:55
see also https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1745-9133.12506
Seth Stoughton
02:04:48
Here is that quotation (https://web.archive.org/web/20150404010354/http://stimmyabby.tumblr.com/post/115216522824/sometimes-people-use-respect-to-mean-treating)Sometimes people use “respect” to mean “treating someone like a person” and sometimes they use “respect” to mean “treating someone like an authority”and sometimes people who are used to being treated like an authority say “if you won’t respect me I won’t respect you” and they mean “if you won’t treat me like an authority I won’t treat you like a person”and they think they’re being fair but they aren’t, and it’s not okay.