Five Priorities for Police Reform
Five Priorities for Police Reform

New Release: The Task Force identified policy reforms most likely to produce results in their five priorities for action.

Four New Policy Assessments
Four New Policy Assessments

Learn more from the Task Force in the latest batch of briefs, Internal Police Functions.

Policing by the Numbers
Policing by the Numbers

Read the full statistical portrait of more than 30 key national trends in law enforcement

Assessing the Evidence
Assessing the Evidence

Read the first set of policy assessments recommending a ban on chokeholds and no-knock warrants, and a requirement advising officers to intervene when witnessing misconduct by peers

In Their Words
In Their Words

Hear about the just released Policing Task Force recommendations from members DeRay Mckesson, Sheriff Rosie Rivera, and Tashante McCoy-Ham

Recent Updates

Shifting Police Functions

Shifting Police Functions

In recent months, calls to offload police functions – and to defund the police accordingly – have increased, especially within ...
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Early Intervention Systems

Early Intervention Systems

Early intervention systems (EIS) are data-driven tools used by law enforcement agencies to identify officers who may be at risk ...
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Officer Wellness

Officer Wellness

Policing is a stressful profession, characterized by long shifts, challenging interactions with people in trouble or crisis, difficult work environments, ...
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Recruitment, Diversity, and Retention

Recruitment, Diversity, and Retention

The skills required to serve capably as a police officer are wide-ranging. In addition to handling traditional patrol and investigative ...
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