A Criminologist’s Guide to R: Crime by the Numbers

Revealing Racial Bias: Causal Inference Can Make Sense of Imperfect Policing Data

The Economics of Policing and Public Safety

The Stability of Criminal Justice Policy Views: Evaluating the Effects of Factual Corrections and Appeals to Social Identity

A widely touted study found no evidence of racism in police shootings. It’s full of errors.

Prominent Claims that Policing is Not Racially Biased Rest on Flawed Science

Police think they can get away with anything. That’s because they usually do.

It took us months to contest a flawed study on police bias. Here’s why that’s dangerous.

Explaining Misperceptions of Crime

Militarization Fails to Enhance Police Safety or Reduce Crime but May Harm Police Reputation