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Prof. Ferguson in Quoted in ABA Journal on Predictive Policing

Thursday, August 29, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Joe Libertelli
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Prof. Andrew G. Ferguson

Professor Andrew G. Ferguson, a nationally acknowledged expert in legal and constitutional issues surrounding "predictive policing," was quoted by Leslie A.Gordon, in her article, "Predictive policing may help bag burglars—but it may also be a constitutional problem," to be published in the ABA Journal/Law News Now.

The article can be seen at ABA JOURNAL











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