Jonathan Mummolo

Jonathan studies law enforcement agencies and police-civilian interactions. His work explores how controversial tactics are deployed, how rules and procedures affect police-civilian interactions, the role of race in police behavior, and how police tactics affect perceptions of law enforcement and crime. He also conducts methodological research causal inference, statistical modeling, and experimental design. He is an expert witness for the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division, and prior to joining academia, he worked as a newspaper reporter and covered crime and courts for The Washington Post.