We examine the effect of COVID-19 on domestic violence, as measured by daily calls to 911 and Victim Service Agencies' emergency hotlines.
Police resignations - but not retirements or involuntary separations - spiked significantly in a large western department following the George Floyd protests.
In 5 of 6 jurisdictions, domestic violence calls for police service spiked during stay-at-home orders.
We evaluated the effect of a mandatory SAK testing policy on the monthly rape arrest rate in a western jurisdiction.
We find no evidence for a _war on cops_, as measured by officers murdered in the line of duty from 2010 to 2016.