Juniper Simonis’s Twitter feed
UW Libraries– Racial Justice Resources: Defund the Police
Seattle health care workers march for Justice, Harborview to City Hall, June 6, 2020.
Health issues and healthcare utilization among adults who reported exposure to tear gas during 2020 Portland (OR) protests: a cross-sectional survey.
AJPH paper: Police brutality and the institutional patterning of stressors
Snyder BL. Policing the Police: Conflict Theory and Police Violence in a Racialized Society, a Master’s Thesis.
Mapping fatal police violence across US metropolitan areas: Overall rates and racial/ethnic inequities 2013-2017
Risk of Police-Involved Death by Race/Ethnicity and Place, United States, 2012–2018 by Frank Edwards PhD, Michael H. Esposito MA, and Hedwig Lee PhD, (Michael H. Esposito is with the Department of Sociology, University of Washington, Seattle.)
Assessing Police Violence and Bias Against Black U.S. Americans: Development and Validation of the Beliefs About Law Enforcement Scale
“The Only Thing New is the Cameras”: A Study of U.S. College Students’ Perceptions of Police Violence on Social Media
Exposure to Police Violence Linked to Suicide Risk, Psychosis
The Case of Cheryl D. James: Institutionalized Racism and Police Violence Against Black Women in Portland, Oregon (1968–1974)
Public Health Addresses Police Violence: A Beginning
Impact of Police Violence on Mental Health: A Theoretical Framework
Retraction of the Research Article: "Police Violence and the Health of Black Infants"
Fear and Violence as Organizational Strategies: The Possibility of a Derridean Lens to Analyze Extra-judicial Police Violence
Keeping Your Guard Up: Hypervigilance Among Urban Residents Affected By Community And Police Violence
Police Violence among Adults Diagnosed with Mental Disorders
Webpage on Police use of excessive force
Washington Post maintains a data base on killings by police, “Fatal Force”