RANE Insights: A Conversation on Crime in the U.S.

MIN READJul 12, 2021 | 10:00 GMT

In this RANE Insights podcast, RANE founder David Lawrence speaks with criminologist, professor, action researcher and author David Kennedy, who’s currently the director of the National Network for Safe Communities at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. According to the Pew Research Center, crime in the United States has fallen since the 1990s. But many Americans believe it's on the rise. Part of that is due to the uptick in mass shootings and media coverage in recent years. But part of that may also be due to ingrained behavior and beliefs among individuals, communities, police and politicians in the United States. Kennedy and Lawrence explore how communities and police can work together toward change

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