Christopher Stone

Harvard University

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Professor of Criminal Justice at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government

Christopher Stone on KCRW

After the Rodney King beating in 1991 and the Rampart corruption scandal of 1999, the federal Department of Justice threatened to sue the Los Angeles Police Department over a pattern…

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After the Rodney King beating in 1991 and the Rampart corruption scandal of 1999, the federal Department of Justice threatened to sue the Los Angeles Police Department over a pattern…

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After the cocaine wars of the 1990's, violent crime declined dramatically in most of America, but it's on the rise once again--especially crime that involves guns.  At the same time,…

Violent Crime on the Rise, Federal Assistance on the Decline

After the cocaine wars of the 1990's, violent crime declined dramatically in most of America, but it's on the rise once again--especially crime that involves guns.  At the same time,…

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