Assessing the impact of administrative policy on use of deadly force by on- and off-duty police.

Abstract

Deadly force research typically does not distinguish between shootings by on-duty and off-duty police. This article uses Philadelphia police shooting data from two time periods (1970-1978 and 1987-1992) and a unique quasi-experimental design to examine the comparative effects upon on- and off-duty police shootings of an administrative policy that limited… (More)

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@article{White2000AssessingTI, title={Assessing the impact of administrative policy on use of deadly force by on- and off-duty police.}, author={Matt D. White}, journal={Evaluation review}, year={2000}, volume={24 3}, pages={295-318} }