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NIJ Grant: Policy Integrity Lost


NIJ Grant: Policy Integrity Lost: Bowling Green State University has been awarded a National Institute of Justice Grant to conduct a research study on police officers who are arrested for committing crimes.

The grant funds the work of criminal justice faculty members Dr. Philip Stinson, principal investigator, and co-investigators Drs. John Liederbach and Steven Lab.

They are studying the arrest records of on- and off-duty police officers by reviewing archived news articles and records from 2005 to 2011 in an effort to develop the first national profile of police integrity. Additionally, they are using federal court records to investigate the connection between police crime and other forms of police misconduct.

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