Early Intervention Program Criteria: Evaluating Officer Use of Force

@article{Bazley2009EarlyIP,
  title={Early Intervention Program Criteria: Evaluating Officer Use of Force},
  author={Thomas Bazley and T. Mieczkowski and K. M. Lersch},
  journal={Justice Quarterly},
  year={2009},
  volume={26},
  pages={107 - 124}
}
While the use of force reports is a common performance indicator in police early intervention programs, simply tracking the number these reports fails to appropriately identify problematic officers. We explore this concern by determining whether frequency and intensity of force use relative to resistance (as indicated by number of use‐of‐force reports submitted) and officer force factor values are good predictors of an officer's identification by such a system. Results from logistic regression… Expand
The Relationship Between Career Pathways of Internal and Citizen Complaints
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 34 REFERENCES
Police use of force: An analysis of organizational characteristics
Police Use Of Force And Suspect Resistance: The Micro Process Of The Police-Suspect Encounter
Causes of police behavior revisited
Police Accountability and Early Warning Systems: Developing Policies and Programs
Police Use-of-Force Data: Where We Are and Where We Should Be Going
...
1
2
3
4
...