ACTION BRIEF

Reallocation of Police Funds

The CJR Solution

This action brief is one in a series of issue briefs offering concrete solutions to save lives, reduce police brutality, promote equal justice, and build safe, positive relations between police and the people they serve. Other action briefs cover:
1. Ban Chokeholds
2. Duty to Intervene
3. Ban No-Knock Warrants
4. Qualified Immunity

Acknowledgements

Dr. Paul Elam, Chris Andrews, Dr. Warren Dukes, Dr. Jennifer Wyatt Bourgeois, and Bezil Taylor

Suggested Citation:
TSU Center for Justice Research:
(2021). Police Reform Action Brief: National Police Misconduct Database. Texas Southern University-
Center for Justice Research.

The Center for Justice Research, at Texas Southern University, is available to discuss how they can advise on evidence-based, effective police reform policies and practices on the national, state and local levels – concrete steps that law enforcement can take to bridge the racial divide. They can be reached at justice.research@tsu.edu or 713-313-6843.You can follow the Center for Justice Research on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @cjresearchtsu.