Citizen-police relations have become tenser than ever. Every news cycle brings more examples of deteriorating relationships. For example, in the inner cities, protests are growing in response to police killings of civilians, even if an officer is cleared due to acting in self-defense. At the same time, property crimes are increasing and going unsolved in middle and upper income areas in the cities and suburbs.
Can a video campaign to promote citizen-police relationships, reduce crime, and fix the criminal justice system lead to social and political change? That’s the goal of criminal justice expert Paul Brakke, who has been conducting a 6-month video social media campaign based on his latest book: Crime in America.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Now that the Senate has overwhelmingly passed the criminal justice reform bill backed by President Trump, criminal justice expert Paul Brakke has hailed this effort, which he has long supported in his books and articles about prison sentencing...
Unfortunately, there has been a spate of recent films and TV series which glorify criminals and put cops, prison officials, and other law enforcement professionals as either background characters, or worse, corrupt and otherwise unsympathetic characters.
This video Provides a brief introduction to the books from American Leadership Books, which specializes in books on the U.S. criminal justice system, the U.S. prison system, U.S. corrections system, and the U.S. courts, prosecutors, and defense attorneys.