POLICY, POLICING, & IDENTITY

 

SUSPECT CITIZENS:
WHAT 20 MILLION TRAFFIC STOPS TELL US ABOUT POLICING AND RACE

Frank Baumgartner, Derek Epp, & Kelsey Shoub

Using information on over 20 million traffic stops, we explore: 1) the extent of racial disparities in traffic stop outcomes in North Carolina; 2) their political sources; & 3) potential policy responses. For additional information, click here. Here are links to some of the press focused on the book:

Additionally, it was reviewed in Perspectives on Politics, the Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics, and the American Journal of Sociology

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ARTICLES ON POLICING & POLICY

Peer Reviewed Articles

Other Article


Public Scholarship

Research in Progress

  • Katelyn Stauffer, Miyeon Song, & Kelsey Shoub. "How Police Agency Diversity, Policies, & Outcomes Shape Citizen Trust & Willingness to Engage." Invitation to Revise and Resubmit.

  • Kevin Morris & Kelsey Shoub. "Contested Killings: The Mobilizing Effects of Community Contact with Police Violence." Invitation to Revise and Resubmit. 

  • Morgan Lowder, Anthony Hoebert, & Kelsey Shoub. "Institutional Legacies and TANF Spending Decisions." Under review.

  • Kelsey Shoub, Miyeon Song, and Katelyn Stauffer. Pink Policing: Officer Gender, Policing Outcomes, and Citizen Trust in Democracy. Book project in preparation.