David Harris

University of Pittsburgh Law School

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Professor at the University of Pittsburgh Law School, specializing in police behavior, racial profiling and body cameras; author of Good Cops: The Case for Preventive Policing and Profiles in Injustice: Why Racial Profiling Cannot Work

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There are some 680,000 sworn police officers in the United States.

What's It Like to Be a Cop in America?

There are some 680,000 sworn police officers in the United States.

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A University of Cincinnati police officer has been  arraigned today on charges of murder  for shooting a young black man during a traffic stop.

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A University of Cincinnati police officer has been arraigned today on charges of murder for shooting a young black man during a traffic stop.

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