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In Search of Profits: The Outsourced Prosecutor

Many cash-strapped jurisdictions around the U.S. have established a competitive bidding process for prosecutions. That’s creating a challenge to the fair administration of justice around the U.S., says a Brigham Young University study.

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How to Make Black Lives Matter

Five months before Michael Brown’s death, African-American students at his St. Louis high school gave one educator a striking lesson in the importance of empowering role models. The national debate since then continues to miss the point.

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Want the Public to Trust Police? Try Transparency

One year after the release of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing, it is difficult to overstate the importance of transparency for institutions that have been largely opaque, such as major city law enforcement agencies across the country.

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