Lorie Fridell

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Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of South Florida, and founder of the Fair and Impartial Policing Program, which trains police departments to limit racial bias 

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In Charleston, South Carolina  cellphone video appears to show criminal conduct  by police officer Michael Slager.

Law Enforcement on Trial in America

In Charleston, South Carolina cellphone video appears to show criminal conduct by police officer Michael Slager.

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Since white police officers recently killed unarmed black men and boys in New York, Cleveland and Ferguson, Missouri, street protests have continued around the country and put…

Fear and Bias from the Streets to the Courtroom

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