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Phil Stinson, '92 in The Nation on Police Violence

Friday, September 19, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Joe Libertelli
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Phil Stinson, '92, (photo below) was a major source of information for Zoe Carpenter in her article for The Nation, "he Police Violence We Aren't Talking About" http://www.thenation.com/blog/181365/police-violence-we-arent-talking-about

One of several quotes:

“It’s a huge problem,” said Philip Stinson, a professor at Bowling Green State University and the principle investigator for a Department of Justice–funded research project on police integrity, about sexual assault by police officers. “There are many opportunities for someone, if they were a predator, to engage in crimes of sexual violence that they wouldn’t otherwise be able to do because of the power and authority they have [as a police officer].”


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