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Editor's Note

Erik LunaAmelia D. Lewis Professor of Constitutional & Criminal Law, Arizona State University


Volume 2 Table of Contents


Democratic Accountability and Policing

Maria PonomarenkoAdjunct Professor of Law and Deputy Director of the Policing Project, New York University 

Barry Friedman, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Professor of Law, Affiliated Professor of Politics, and Director of the Policing Project, New York University


Legal Remedies for Police Misconduct

Rachel A. Harmon, F.D.G. Ribble Professor of Law, University of Virginia



Henry F. Fradella, Professor of Criminology and Associate Director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Arizona State University

Michael D. White, Professor of Criminology and Associate Director of the Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety, Arizona State University


Race and the New Policing

Jeffrey Fagan, Isidor & Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law and Professor of Epidemiology, Columbia University


Racial Profiling

David A. Harris, Professor of Law and John E. Murray Faculty Scholar, University of Pittsburgh


Race and the Fourth Amendment

Devon W. Carbado, The Honorable Harry Pregerson Professor of Law and Associate Vice Chancellor, BruinX, the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, University of California, Los Angeles


Police Use of Force

L. Song Richardson, Interim Dean and Professor of Law, University of California, Irvine


Policing, Databases, and Surveillance

Christopher Slobogin, Milton Underwood Professor of Law, Affiliate Professor of Psychiatry, and Director of the Criminal Justice Program, Vanderbilt University


Interrogation and Confessions

Richard A. LeoHamill Family Professor of Law and Psychology, University of San Francisco


Eyewitness Identification

Gary L. Wells, Professor of Psychology, Distinguished Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Wendy & Mark Stavish Chair in Social Sciences, Iowa State University


Informants and Cooperators

Daniel Richman, Paul J. Kellner Professor of Law, Columbia University