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Lloyd Sealy Library
John Jay College of Criminal Justice

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OER Course Conversion Projects

                                                                                           
 

                OER for PSC 324

Police Use of Force: Legal, Theoretical and Practical Implication

                                                                 

 

Week

Course Calendar

1

Course Introduction / Orientation

2

Lecture 1: Justification

 

Lecture 2: Justification

3

Lecture 3: Miller, R. (2012) Force Decisions: A Citizen’s Guide to Understanding How Police Determine Appropriate Use of Force.   Introduction / Section 1 

Lecture 4: Miller, R. (2012) Force Decisions: A Citizen’s Guide to Understanding How Police Determine Appropriate Use of Force.   Section 1

4

Lecture 5: Miller, R. (2012) Force Decisions: A Citizen’s Guide to Understanding How Police Determine Appropriate Use of Force.   Section 2

Lecture 6: Miller, R. (2012) Force Decisions: A Citizen’s Guide to Understanding How Police Determine Appropriate Use of Force.   Section 2

5

Lecture 7: Miller, R. (2012) Force Decisions: A Citizen’s Guide to Understanding How Police Determine Appropriate Use of Force.   Section 3

6

 

7

 

8

Lecture 8, Part 1. Alpert, G.P. (2004) Understanding Police Use of Force: 

Lecture 8, Part 2. Alpert, G.P. (2004) Understanding Police Use of Force: 

9

 

10

Lecture 9: History of Research

11

Lecture 10: Reporting and Investigating Force: NYPD

Lecture 11: Critical Element

12

Lecture 12: Miami-Dade Findings

13

Lecture 13: Authority Maintenance Theory

14

 

15

Frontline Video: Policing the Police

16