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Understanding police officer resistance to body-worn cameras
Body-worn cameras (BWCs) have been adopted in police agencies across the USA in efforts to increase police transparency and accountability. This widespread implementation has occurred despite someExpand
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Stress and Presenteeism Among Kansas Hospital Employees: What Stress Reduction Interventions Might Hospitals Benefit From Offering to Employees?
BACKGROUND S tudies have identified a positive correlation between occupational stress and presenteeism, and research suggests that employer-directed stress-reduction interventions are needed toExpand
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Investigating perceptions of race and ethnic diversity among prospective police officers
Abstract Many have suggested police diversity will improve police-community relations, but research testing this hypothesis is inconclusive. We investigated perceptions of police race, ethnicity, andExpand
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Hidden in Plain Sight: A Machine Learning Approach for Detecting Prostitution Activity in Phoenix, Arizona
Prostitution has been a topic of study for decades, yet many questions remain about where prostitution occurs. Difficulty in identifying prostitution activity is often attributed to the hidden andExpand
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A randomized controlled trial of the impact of body-worn camera activation on the outcomes of individual incidents
Evaluate the impact of body-worn cameras (BWCs) on officer-initiated activity, arrests, use of force, and complaints. We use instrumental variable analysis to examine the impact of BWC assignment andExpand
Organizational correlates of police deviance: A statewide analysis of misconduct in Arizona, 2000-2011
Purpose Many examinations of police misconduct involve case study methodologies applied to a single agency, or a handful of agencies. Consequently, there is little evidence regarding theExpand
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Examining the Association Between Massage Parlors and Neighborhood Crime
Although massage parlors have been associated with illicit activities including prostitution, less is known about their association with neighborhood crime. Employing the Computer AutomatedExpand
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Attitudinal Changes Toward Body-Worn Cameras: Perceptions of Cameras, Organizational Justice, and Procedural Justice Among Volunteer and Mandated Officers
Little is known about officer perceptions of body-worn cameras (BWCs), and whether perceptions change following implementation within their agencies. BWC deployment varies, with some agenciesExpand
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