Nov 26, 2021
Professor Barry Latzer has spent decades studying and researching crime in the United States. This endeavor led Professor Latzer to an interesting conclusion; is it possible that the charge of over-incarceration and "mass incarceration" are terms of opprobrium but not at all supported by the data we...
Nov 15, 2021
Robert VerBruggen is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute where he also writes from City Journal. Robert has a list of professional and academic accomplishments including the Chicago Headline Club Peter Lisagor Award. Robert writes on a variety of contemporary issues including public policy, policing, education, public...
Aug 24, 2021
In this bonus episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Professor Peter Moskos from John Jay College. Professor Moskos is an author, a historian, a former police officer with the Baltimore Police Department, and an all-around reasonable gentleman.
Aug 3, 2021
Arif Alikhan is a National expert on policing, public policy, homeland security, counter-terrorism, and the law. In this episode, Arif explains the importance of the Constitution and how this body of work needs to be at the forefront of policing in America.
Jul 14, 2021
Join Sgt. Tom Datro and his guest Charles Fan Lehman, a fellow at the Manhattan Institute as they discuss data in policing. The Manhattan Institute is a conservative non-profit American think tank focused on domestic policy and urban affairs, established in Manhattan in 1977. Lehman is currently working on their...