Police use of deadly force
Reducing Deaths in Law Enforcement Custody: Identifying High-Priority Needs for the Criminal Justice System
Impact of Agency Context, Policies, and Practices on Violence Against Police
Positional Asphyxia--Sudden Death
Justice--Lessons From Northern Ireland? (From Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice, P 464-471, 2004, Gorazd Mesko, et al., eds. -- See NCJ-207973)
Police Shootings and the Prosecutor in Los Angeles County - An Evaluation of Operation Rollout
Root Cause Analysis: A Tool To Promote Officer Safety and Reduce Officer Involved Shootings Over Time
Wearing Body Cameras Increases Assaults Against Officers and Does Not Reduce Police Use of Force: Results from a Global Multi-Site Experiment
Use of Deadly Force by Police Officers - Final Report
The Las Vegas Body-Worn Camera Experiment
Excitation Study: Unexplained In-Custody Deaths: Evaluating Biomarkers of Stress and Agitation
Race and the Police Use of Force Encounter in the United States
Validating the National Violent Death Reporting System as a Source of Data on Fatal Shootings of Civilians by Law Enforcement Officers
Variation in Rates of Fatal Police Shootings across US States: the Role of Firearm Availability
Mortality in Correctional Institutions (Bureau of Justice Statistics)
Collects incarcerated person death records from each of the nation's 50 state prison systems, Federal Bureau of Prisons, and approximately 2,800 local jail jurisdictions. Between 2003 and 2014, BJS also collected data on persons who died while in the process of arrest.
Formerly Deaths in Custody Reporting Program.
Arrest-Related Deaths (Bureau of Justice Statistics)
The Arrest-Related Deaths (ARD) component of Mortality In Correctional Institutions (MCI) (Formerly Deaths In Custody Reporting Program (DCRP) is a national census of all manners of arrest-related deaths and includes all civilian deaths that occurred during, or shortly after, state or local law enforcement personnel engaged in an arrest or restraint process.
Federal Law Enforcement Agency Deaths in Custody Reporting Program (Bureau of Justice Statistics)
The Death in Custody Reporting Act of 2013 (DICRA) requires the head of each federal law enforcement agency to submit to the U.S. attorney general, information about the death of any person who is