The Truth Behind Stop-and-Frisk – NYTimes.com
Some new case may be in the making regarding search and frisk.
About socdeputyBrian Lande is sociologist who recently completed his doctoral research at the University of California-Berkeley. He was also a deputy sheriff on the central coast of California. He has published articles on the military and the police. His most recent publication was in the Police Chief Magazine, the journal of the International Association of Police Chiefs.
I earned my Ph.D. from the Department of Sociology at the University of California—Berkeley in 2010. I am also a deputy sheriff in a northern California Sheriff's Office. From 2010 till 2012 I was a program manager at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). At DARPA I managed the intersection between Defense and Sociology and managed the Strategic Social Interactions Module program that was geared toward training development on tact and tactics for service members.
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