The following resources can be used to help inform police reform efforts in your community.  If you have questions feel free to contact our firm.

General Resources

  1. Walker, What a Good Police Department Looks Like, Oct 2014
  2. President’s Task Force of 21st Century Policing, May 2015
  3. Gerhardstein Testimony before President’s Task Force
  4. Walker, Community Voice in Policing, 2015
  5. Gerhardstein, One White Man’s Reflections of the 15th Anniversary of the Collaborative, 2016
  6. Cincinnati Manager Advisory Group Draft Dashboard 2015
  7. DOJ Findings Letter, Cleveland Ohio (2014)
  8. Stress On The Streets (SOS): Race, Policing, Health, And Increasing Trust Not Trauma
  9. DOJ, Crime Analysis for Problem Solvers in 60 Small Steps
  10. Braga, Problem-Oriented Policing and Crime Prevention, 2008

 Agreements Enforceable in Court

  1. Cincinnati Collaborative Agreement (2002)
  2. Memorandum of Agreement, DOJ & Cincinnati (2002)
  3. DOJ Settlement Agreement Cleveland Ohio (2015)

Agreements Not Supported by Court Order

  1. Collaborative Reform Process Las Vegas (COPS Office) 2012
  2. Exiger Report, University of Cincinnati Police Department, June 2016

Selected Topics

  1. Mental Health Crisis Intervention, see
  2. Body Cams “LCCHR Upturn Scorecard, for updates see Leadership conference Website,
  3. Body Cams “COPS Office and PERF, “Implementing a Body Worn Camera Program
  4. Body Cams – ACLU Model Legislation
  5. Problem Solving – Cincinnati Problem Solving Procedure
  6. Bias “Carmen Culotta, Ph.D., Implicit Bias PowerPoint

UUA General Assembly Powerpoint Presentation

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