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Understanding the Findings

  • Brian A. Maule
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Criminology book series (BRIEFSCRIMINOL)

Abstract

Using allegations of police misconduct that resulted in a settlement or jury award as a measure of police misconduct, the study provided evidence of the increasing incidences as well as costs of police misconduct in Brooklyn, New York. To address these increases, it is necessary to have a general understanding of what underlies them.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Brian A. Maule
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  1. 1.John Jay College of Criminal JusticeNew YorkUSA

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