Fair & Impartial Policing


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 […]

Briefing: The Facts About Implicit-Bias Training for Police

The events of this past summer and fall, starting with the killing of George Floyd, followed by discussions associated with the election, have brought a great deal of attention to […]

Sheriffs’ Curricula: Press Release

Fair and Impartial Policing (FIP), LLC has produced an implicit-bias training program that is customized for sheriffs’ agencies. FIP has long been the #1 provider of implicit bias training for […]

NBC 5 Chicago’s The Path Forward

When we talk about working to create a culture of inclusion in places like schools and corporate America and even within police departments, implicit or unconscious bias can actually interfere […]

IMPD offers implicit bias training session for the public

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Members of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) plan to offer implicit bias training to Hoosiers on Tuesday evening. At 6:30 p.m., IMPD will host the police training […]

Watch Now: Kenosha Police’s nearly 200 officers to undergo training to address implicit bias on the job

View this article to see how Kenosha is combating implicit bias in policing for their department. Kenosha Police are launching a new training program for officers this month to combat […]

Fair and Impartial Policing: A Science-Based Approach

The fair and impartial policing (FIP) perspective–based on the modern science of bias—is consistent with the profession’s current emphasis on evidence-based policing, whereby policies and practices are based on scientific […]

Q&A with Dr. Lorie Fridell, CEO of Fair and Impartial Policing, LLC bringing the Science of Implicit Bias to Law Enforcement Training

Check out this interview that brings the science of implicit bias to law enforcement training with Dr. Lorie Fridell, CEO of Fair and Impartial Policing, LLC conducted by Lynn Fosse, […]