The narrative of "Black Lives Matter" offers a new framework for policymakers, activists, practitioners, and other stakeholders to think about a public safety strategy that is not solely defined by arrests and admissions to prison. This essay provides an overview of evidence-based approaches for public safety interventions that exist outside of law enforcement interactions.
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Title:: Expanding Public Safety in the Era of Black Lives Matter
Publication date: 2016-05-13
Publication Year: 2016 Nicole D. Porter
The Sentencing Project
North America / United States
, lives matter
, public safety
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