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Mike tells Sarah about the most common forms of violence in America and how they differ (twist!) from what gets shown on TV. Digressions include Perry Mason, “It’s A Wonderful Life” and fruit-toting strategies. Mike appears not to understand the meaning of the term “order of magnitude.”
This episode contains descriptions of police violence; the last 15 minutes are just a huge bummer generally.
- Monica Bell's "Anti-Segregation Policing"
- Daanika Gordon's "The Police as Place-Consolidators: The Organizational Amplification of Urban Inequality”
- "Homicide Investigations in Context: Exploring Explanations for the Divergent Impacts of Victim Race, Gender, Elderly Victims, and Firearms on Homicide Clearances"
- "Homicide Arrest Clearances: A Review of the Literature"
- "Assessing and Responding to the Recent Homicide Rise in the United States"
- "Can Homicide Detectives Improve Homicide Clearance Rates?"
- "Effective Police Homicide Investigations: Evidence from Seven Cities with High Clearance Rates"
- "Wrongful Convictions, Policing, and the 'Wars on Crime and Drugs'"
- "Did De-Policing Cause the Increase in Homicide Rates?"
- The DOJ's Antelope Valley Investigation
- "Explaining the Recent Decline in Domestic Violence"
- "Gender Differences in Patterns and Trends in U.S. Homicide, 1976–2015"
- "Police Responses to Violent Crime: Reconsidering the Mobilization of Law"
- "What Caused the Crime Decline?"
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