Police Practices

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Monday, January 08, 2007

The NYPD has hired the RAND Corporation to look at the phenomenon of “contagious shooting”. in light of the death of Sean Bell. We’ll look at the phenomenon and how it may have contributed to his death. Also: Monday morning politics with NY Times guest columnist, Thomas Edsall.
More coverage of the Sean Bell case from the Brian Lehrer Show

Monday Morning Politics

Tom Edsall, full-time professor at the Columbia School of Journalism following 25 years at The Washington Post; correspondent for The New Republic and The National Journal, recent guest op-ed columnist at the New York Times and author, Building Red America: The New Conservative Coalition and the Drive For Permanent Power ...


Mayoral Press Conference

We cut to Mayor Bloomberg talking about the possible natural gas leak in Manhattan


Contagious Behavior

Edward Mamet, president, ECJM Consultants Inc., and retired police officer
Bernard Rostker, Rand Senior Fellow
- talks about police practices and the problem of contagious shooting


In The Black

Keith Alexander, reporter for The Washington Post
Michael Woodard, president of Woodard and Associates, a Human Resource consulting firm based in Washington, D.C.
Antwayne Ford, President of Enlightenment, Inc., a technology consulting company based in Washington, D.C.
- on the experience of being a black entrepreneur, ...


Brute Market Force

Douglas Rushkoff documentarian, teacher, blogger and author, Get Back in the Box: Innovation from the Inside Out (Collins Business, 2005)
- question his gentrified Brooklyn living situation after getting mugged while taking out the trash


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