August 15, 2015 Joe Domanick's Blue traces the history of the Los Angeles police and the shift away from a "disastrous policy" of using military-style tactics. The author shares lessons for departments nationwide.
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October 29, 2004 California's Proposition 66 would amend that state's famous Three Strikes law to exclude non-violent offenders. NPR's Tony Cox speaks with Joe Domanick, author of Cruel Justice: Three Strikes and the Politics of Crime in America's Golden State, Holly Houston, a member of FACTS, (Families to Amend California's Three Strikes Law) and Camerino Sanchez, police chief of Santa Barbara, Calif.
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