Despite the national headlines about police shootings, the prospects for police reform are good.
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Emeritus Professor Sam Walker will argue this point in a public lecture, “Not Dead Yet: The Prospects for Police Reform", at UNO on Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 2 P.M. inside CPACS room 132.
Professor Walker’s argument is set forth in his recent article, “Not Dead Yet,” in the Illinois Law Review, and also in the Third Edition of his book, The New World of Police Accountability, which is published on the 16th.
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