Recent & Upcoming Talks


We discuss police killings, legitimacy, and the “war on cops.”


A crash course on building a professional website.

A list of the panels I’m involved in at the November 2022 meeting.

My talk provides a broad overview of the research on police use of deadly force – how often it happens, where it happens, and why it …

At the 2022 ACJS Conference, my colleagues and I present an ongoing project on the relationship between police discretionary behaviors …

We discuss how I got into academia, as well as my research on police legitimacy, organizational justice, the Ferguson Effect, and …


Session three of this webinar series was held on Wednesday, December 1, at 1:00 p.m., ET, and focused on innovative methods to engage …

At the 2021 ASC Conference, I was a guest on Ep. 42 of Jerry Ratcliffe’s Reducing Crime Podcast

At the 2021 ASC Conference, I present findings from my latest paper on police shootings with John Shjarback.

At the 2021 ASC Conference, I discuss a recent paper on legitimacy and empowerment with Kyle McLean.


A discussion about the function of police, the role of police oversight, and various reforms that have been suggested.

A discussion about engaging with the media and the public as an early career researcher.

A discussion about reimagining policing in America.

I was a guest on this podcast where we discuss what science tells us about police use of force.


At the 2019 ASC Conference, I present findings from research with Natalie Todak and Brandon Tregle on BWCs and police transparency.

At the 2019 ASA Conference, Geoff Alpert and I discuss how misleading analyses of strictly fatal OIS can be.


Rather than continue listing conference presentations ad nauseum on my CV, I’ve decided to archive them here. For some of these, …