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Earlier today I was reminded of some data I’m sitting on that my colleagues and I never published anywhere. This comes from a …

One of the joys of the tenure track is having to keep a record of everything you do in the areas of teaching, research, and service. …

Our survey experiment suggests the wording of questions about police fairness matters.

In my last post, I pointed out that shootings weren’t occurring less frequently in NYC in 2020 than in prior years, despite the …

On March 1, 2020, New York City reported its first confirmed case of COVID-19. Eleven days later, Mayor de Blasio declared a state of …

In a forthcoming paper in Criminology & Public Policy, Michael and I conducted an exploratory analysis of fatal and non-fatal …

Yesterday, Andy Wheeler posted a summary of the problems with recent studies about officer-involved shootings, including one my …

Correcting 91 misclassified incidents renders Bor et al.’s (2018) key finding non-significant.

Published Open Access in Journal of Experimental Criminology.

A quick reflection on my experience.