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Building Leadership in Police Equity: How Research Partnerships Can Produce Police Transparency and Accountability

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The Denver Police Department (DPD) groundbreaking collaborations with internationally renowned scholars in the fields of race and gender equity have led to original research that has translated into new DPD programs addressing female officer retention, officer discipline, enhanced diversity training, and broader policy implications. As a result of the success of these initial research efforts, the Consortium for Police Leadership in Equity (CPLE) was formed in order facilitate similar research/law enforcement collaborations. Using the Denver context as a model, several of the largest police forces in North America have recently begun research collaborations each designed to increase racial and gender equity in policing. This presentation will outline the brief history of the CPLE, some of the most surprising findings of these research collaborations, and discuss how the collaborative model that has been used so far may prove a successful one in working with police departments to increase organizational transparency and officer accountability.
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Keesee, Tracie. "Building Leadership in Police Equity: How Research Partnerships Can Produce Police Transparency and Accountability" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology - Law Society, Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver, BC, Canada, <Not Available>. 2014-11-28 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p405780_index.html>

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Keesee, T. "Building Leadership in Police Equity: How Research Partnerships Can Produce Police Transparency and Accountability" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology - Law Society, Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver, BC, Canada <Not Available>. 2014-11-28 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p405780_index.html

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Abstract: The Denver Police Department (DPD) groundbreaking collaborations with internationally renowned scholars in the fields of race and gender equity have led to original research that has translated into new DPD programs addressing female officer retention, officer discipline, enhanced diversity training, and broader policy implications. As a result of the success of these initial research efforts, the Consortium for Police Leadership in Equity (CPLE) was formed in order facilitate similar research/law enforcement collaborations. Using the Denver context as a model, several of the largest police forces in North America have recently begun research collaborations each designed to increase racial and gender equity in policing. This presentation will outline the brief history of the CPLE, some of the most surprising findings of these research collaborations, and discuss how the collaborative model that has been used so far may prove a successful one in working with police departments to increase organizational transparency and officer accountability.


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