In many states, law enforcement officers accused of misconduct get special protections from the criminal justice system. Those protections harm efforts to hold police accountable. Cato’s Walter Olson explains how it works.
- “What We Know, and Don’t Know, About Portland and the DHS,” by Walter Olson
- “Poll: 63% of Americans Favor Eliminating Qualified Immunity for Police,” Survey Report by Emily Ekins
- “The People of Portland: DHS’s Involuntary Human Test Subjects,” by Patrick G. Eddington
- “Portland and the Paramilitarization of the Border Patrol,” by Paul Matzko
- “Civil Liberties vs. Federal Cops in Portland,” Cato Daily Podcast featuring Patrick G. Eddington and Caleb O. Brown