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War on Cops: Less Safe
War on Cops: Less Sa...

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Specification
Language English
Print length 248 pages
Publisher Encounter Books
Dimensions ( H x W x D ) 6.25 x 1 x 9.5 inches
FAQ
What is the Ferguson effect?

The Ferguson effect refers to the phenomenon where police officers reduce proactive policing efforts following public and media backlash against police violence, ostensibly leading to a rise in violent crime.

Who is the author of 'The War on Cops'?

The book is written by Heather Mac Donald, an American commentator and journalist well-known for her reporting on issues related to policing and crime.

Who would benefit from reading this book?

This book is ideal for adults and older teens interested in sociology, criminology, law enforcement, and political science. It's especially useful for students, researchers, and professionals in these fields.

Does the book provide data to support its claims?

Yes, 'The War on Cops' offers a rigorous analysis of data and statistics to support its arguments about policing and crime.

Is the book controversial?

Yes, the book challenges widely held beliefs, particularly those of the Black Lives Matter movement, making it a subject of debate and discussion.

What are some key sections in this book?

The book is divided into four sections: 'Burning Cities and the Ferguson Effect,' 'Handcuffing the Cops,' 'The Truth About Crime,' and 'Incarceration and Its Critics.'

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