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PACE CRIMINAL JUSTICE BLOG is a  forum for discussion of important, current issues in criminal law and procedure, a place to  announce upcoming programs, cases, legislative initiatives, and policy changes, as well as a vehicle for encouraging creative law reform to  promote a fair and ethical criminal process.

The Pace Criminal Justice Institute is an academic criminal law institute in New York State.  Accordingly, the blog will be sure to address issues, events, cases, and publications that are particularly applicable to New York State’s criminal process.  At the same time, coverage will also include national,  international, and comparative criminal justice issues, analyzed by experts in the field.

We encourage our readers to send in announcements and developments for posting on the blog. Please contact Lissa Griffin or Lucie Olejnikova.

One comment

  1. David Couper

    Would you be interrested in receiving a blog post from me? I am a veteran police chief who maintains my own blog, “Improving Police” on
    WordPress. Maybe the following would help you students:
    https://improvingpolice.wordpress.com/2015/03/24/talking-to-future-cops/

    Maybe you could link, re-blog or post this? Thanks.

    I have nearly 500 posts on a variety or contemporary police issues from leadership to handling protest. I am also the author of “Arrested Development: A Veteran Police Chief Sounds Off About Protest, Racism, Corruption and the Seven Steps Necessary to Improve Our Nation’s Police.”

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