Background Incidents of police killing of civilians, corruption, and misconduct in recent years have led to greater for calls and actions related to police reform. Various measures have been proposed to reduce disparities in policing activity (e.g., deprioritizing proactive traffic enforcement), reduce unconstitutional policing actions (e.g., emphasizing de-escalation), and improve accountability of officers and law […]
Part 2: An Evaluation on the Impact of Active Bystandership Training This post presents findings from an ongoing evaluation of Active Bystandership (AB) training conducted by the Baltimore Police Department (BPD) through the Ethical Policing is Courageous (EPIC) program. EPIC has several components including officer training, increased support for officer health and wellness, and policy […]
The National Police Foundation recently completed an evaluation of the implementation of an AGSD system in Wilmington, DE. The evaluation included qualitative and quantitative components and featured a wide range of statistical techniques.
In this post, we present part of an ongoing evaluation of Active Bystandership (AB) training that has been conducted in the Baltimore Police Department