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Zero tolerance : quality of life and the new police brutality in New York City

Author: Andrea McArdle; Tanya Erzen
Publisher: New York ; London : New York University Press, 2001.
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The last few years of the 20th century has witnessed high-profile cases of police brutality. This study draws on a range of disciplines to study the New York police force's treatment of specific  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrea McArdle; Tanya Erzen
ISBN: 081475631X 9780814756317 0814756328 9780814756324
OCLC Number: 45094047
Description: xv, 299 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Policing the quality of life. Turnstile jumpers and broken windows : policing disorder in New York City / Tanya Erzen --
Policing madness : people with mental illness and the NYPD / Heather Barr --
Giuliani time : urban policing and Brooklyn South / Sasha Torres --
The police. Can zero tolerance last? Voices from inside the precinct / Jennifer R. Wynn --
Girlz in blue : women policing violence in the NYPD / Amy S. Green --
No justice, no peace / Andrea Mcardle --
Activism. Mothers of Invention : the families of police-brutality victims and the movement they've built / Andrew Hsiao --
International human rights law and police reform / Paul Hoffman --
Police brutality in the New Chinatown. Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence. Organizing Asian communities --
An interview with Derrick Bell : reflections on race, crime, and legal activism / Andrea Mcardle --
Organizing at the intersections : a roundtable discussion of police brutality through the lens of race, class, and sexual identities / Dayo Folayan Gore, Tamara Jones, and Joo-Hyun Kang --
Bearing witness / Bradley Mccallum and Jacqueline Tarry.
Responsibility: edited by Andrea McArdle and Tanya Erzen.
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