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Reducing Crime Podcast, December 2020

Rod Brunson, Thomas P. O’Neill Jr. Chair of Public Life; Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice and Political Science; and Director of Graduate Mentoring and Diversity Initiatives, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, appears on the most recent episode of the Reducing Crime Podcast, hosted by Jerry Ratcliffe, Temple University professor and a former British police officer. The episode discusses his op-ed in the Washington Post that, at the height of the protests around the killing of George Floyd and calls to defund policing, pointing out that under-policing could be just as deadly for high crime neighborhoods as over-policing.

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