President Biden recently announced his plans to address racial inequality and police reform in the United States. CU Denver researchers and experts are available to discuss the significance of this announcement.
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Paul Taylor, assistant professor in the School of Public Affairs, focuses his research on police decision-making, human error and resilience in the context of potential use-of-force encounters with an eye toward improving outcomes. He’s available to discuss how the Biden administration should move forward with police reform.
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