NW Indiana Study Shows Diminishing Return For New York’s Stop And Frisk
August 20, 2013
In this show, Host Steve Walsh looks at the latest effort to save the Amtrak commuter line from Chicago to Indy. How the Gary Housing Authority’s Delaney Housing project accidentally ended up on the auction block. One IU law professor weighs in on problems with the NSA.
Dr. Joseph Ferrandino, an Assistant Professor in Criminal Justice at Indiana University Northwest, studied New York’s stop and frisk program. The native New Yorker found, while stops are increasing, there was a decline in the amount of criminal activity uncovered. In certain cases, he thought the program could have some benefits in Northwest Indiana.
Dr. Joseph Ferrandino, an Assistant Professor in Criminal Justice at Indiana University Northwest
Fred H. Cate, Distinguished Professor at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law and director of the Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research and Center for Law, Ethics and Applied Research in Health Information.
Carole Carlson, reporter with the Post-Tribune
State Sen. Brant Hershman, R-Buck Creek