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Deputies take Fair and Impartial Policing course at OCSO.

FIP has partnered with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office in Florida. Every OCSO deputy must complete a course on Fair and Impartial Policing. Hear from deputies and instructors on how […]

Diversity in EMS: Recognizing Implicit Bias in the Prehospital Environment

Diversity in EMS is a new bimonthly column featured in EMSWorld. This month’s feature article is “Recognizing Implicit Bias in the Prehospital Environment” by Brad Keating, MPH, NRP, and Lorie […]

Fair and Impartial Policing, LLC’s training for all 36,000 sworn police officers in NYC highlighted in Commissioner Bratton’s new memoir.

    In his recently released book, Bill Bratton (2021) shares, “There comes a moment at any given police department when it becomes clear that implicit bias training is necessary” […]

In his recently released book, Bill Bratton (2021) shares:

In his recently released book, Bill Bratton (2021) shares, “There comes a moment at any given police department when it becomes clear that implicit bias training is necessary” (379 – […]

Briefing: RESEARCH EVALUATING IMPLICIT-BIAS TRAINING

By: Lorie A. Fridell, Ph.D. Professor of Criminology, University of South Florida; Founder and CEO, Fair and Impartial Policing, LLC That well-constructed implicit-bias training (IBT) can be effective is indicated […]

Implicit Bias: Science and Solutions

Dr. Fridell, the CEO of Fair and Impartial Policing, made a virtual presentation to over 200 professionals/volunteers in Florida on 3/31/2021. The pro bono presentation was sponsored by the League […]

Can Better Training Solve Cops’ Implicit Biases?

The longstanding question of whether police are racially biased was put front and center by the events in Ferguson, Missouri in August 2014—and, more recently, by those in Baton Rouge […]

Can Racial and Ethnic Disparities Be Mitigated Through Police Training?

Dr Fridell shows up 13:00 and 40:00 for question responses that are 5 to 7 mins in length. At the 13-minute mark, she talks about the science upon which the […]

Charlayne Hunter Gault interview on PBS News Hour.

Charlayne Hunter Gault interview on PBS News Hour. Against the backdrop of simmering tensions over race and police violence against African Americans, police departments like the NYPD have introduced a […]

Implicit Bias versus the “Ferguson Effect”

Psychosocial Factors Impacting Officers’ Decisions to Use Deadly Force By Lois James, PhD, Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, Sleep and Performance Research Center, Washington State University; Lorie Fridell, PhD, Associate […]