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Paoline to Analyze Use of Force by Orlando Police

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Eugene Paoline III, professor of criminal justice, will conduct an in-depth analysis of nonlethal force used by Orlando police officers at the request of the Orlando Police Department.

His independent analysis will focus on 3,200 incidents from
Jan. 1, 2010, to Dec. 31, 2014.

Learn more about his upcoming study in an Orlando Sentinel article, UCF Professor to Study How Orlando Cops Use Force, published Nov. 10, 2015.

The Orlando Sentinel recently analyzed the same data and reported its findings in an article, Focus on Force, published Nov. 6, 2015.

Eugene Paoline IIIPaoline is a nationally recognized expert on police culture and police use of force. He is currently the UCF principal investigator for a study funded by the National Institute of Justice titled "Police Early Intervention Systems: The State of the Art." He is also coauthor of the 2014 book Police Culture: Adapting to the Strains of the Job, published by Carolina Academic Press.


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