Wichita Police begin new “active bystander” training program
KFDI (KS) | March 13, 2024

Knoxville Police Department highlights crime statistics, departmental changes in annual report
WVLT8 (TN) | March 5, 2024

Kingston Police accepted into trailblazing ABLE project, board hears
Kingstonist (ON) | January 19, 2024


Gonzales Police officers complete ABLE training program
Salinas Valley (CA) Tribune | December 14, 2023

Logan City Police Department completes training to prevent officer misconduct
Herald Journal (UT) News | December 1, 2023

Growing Movement Teaches Cops To Confront Misconduct
Law360 | November 17, 2023

Weber State police complete national certification for officer peer accountability
KSL.com (UT) | October 15, 2023

Police add active bystander training for the benefit of officers, community
West (MO) Newsmagazine | September 19, 2023

Colorado State Patrol invests in intervention training
Longmont (CO) Leader | September 14, 2023

Three years after George Floyd, activists push for racial equity and police accountability
WHYY Philadelphia | June 2, 2023

Opinion: Active bystandership training is the missing tool
The Denver Post | February 28, 2023

Editorial: Denver cops are ‘ABLE’ to do a tough job
Denver Gazette | February 1, 2023

Why Did Other Cops Fail To Stop the Lethal Assault on Tyre Nichols?
Reason | January 30, 2023

A closer look at the training on Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement
9 News (Denver) | January 28, 2023


Academic Paper: Active bystandership for law enforcement: Improving public safety by creating a policing culture of peer intervention
Psychological Services | November 10, 2022

Colorado police agencies to receive “ABLE” training aimed at preventing officer misconduct
Denver7 | October 12, 2022

Fairfax Co. Police partner with ‘The ABLE Project’ for new active bystandership training
ABC7 (Washington, DC) | August 11, 2022

Milwaukee police will undergo new training on how to intervene when they see misconduct from fellow cops. Here’s how it works.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | March 17, 2022

A New Message for Police: If You See Something, Say Something
The New York Times | February 27, 2022

In the Trial of Officers in George Floyd’s Death, Was It Their Duty to Intervene?
USA Today | February 7, 2022

George Floyd and the Duty to Intervene
The Washington Post | February 3, 2022


What Is ABLE Training? A Look at the New Program Mandated for DC Police
WUSA9 (Washington, DC) | October 20, 2021

Minneapolis Police to Get Bystander Training Following Murder of George Floyd
Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) | September 21, 2021

Castle Shannon Police Department First in Region to Complete Intervention Training
WPXI-TV (Pittsburgh) | September 17, 2021

Preventing Harm and Saving Careers Through Intervention Training: Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE)
Community Policing Dispatch: The Newsletter of the COPS Office | September 2021

GULC Administers Police Bystandership Training
The Hoya | September 10, 2021

Can the Police Do a Better Job at Policing Themselves?
Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) | August 30, 2021

Active Bystandership Training for Law Enforcement: An EPIC Idea
The Municipal | August 2021

Can Police Be Taught to Stop Their Own Violence?
Boston Globe | May 6, 2021

After George Floyd’s Murder, This NOPD Training Program Went National
WDSU New Orleans | May 3, 2021

The Lessons We Learned from Minneapolis This Week
Washington Post | April 22, 2021

Reform After Derek Chauvin Convicted: Doing the Right Thing Is Contagious, Even for Police
USA Today | April 20, 2021

Bystanders in a Digital Age: The Heroes of the Derek Chauvin Trial
Washington Post | April 20, 2021

What About the Cops Who Watched George Floyd Die?
Politico | April 9, 2021

If You See Something, Say Something: Denver Police Leaders Receive Training in National Peer Intervention Program
Denver Gazette | April 9, 2021

After George Floyd’s death, Westbrook police adopt new peer intervention training program
ABC WTMW 8 Westbrook (ME) | April 8, 2021

How to Break Free of the Bystander Effect and Help Someone in Trouble
Popular Science | March 2, 2021

Westchester Distributes Draft Police Reform Report And Recommendations
WAMC Northeast Public Radio (Albany) | February 11, 2021

Duty to Intervene, Policy Assessment
Council on Criminal Justice, Task Force on Policing | January 2021

NYPD Officers to Get Training on Speaking Up Against Bad Policing
Wall Street Journal | January 28, 2021


The FBINNA Joins Forces with Georgetown Law Center’s ABLE Project to Provide Evidence-Based Active Bystandership Training to Law Enforcement Officers
Associate: The Magazine of the FBI Academy National Associates | October/December 2020

Police officers should be guardians, not warriors. That could have saved Andre Hill’s life.
Washington Post | December 31, 2020

AG Grewal Overhauls Statewide Police Use of Force Policies
Insider NJ | December 21, 2020

Active Bystandership Can Be Taught and Learned
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin | December 8, 2020

Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office To Undergo Active Bystander Training
WOSU Radio (Columbus, OH) | December 8, 2020

Concord Police undergoing ABLE training to learn intervention techniques when officers are doing something wrong
WBTV (Concord, NC) | November 9, 2020

Police Bystandership | Questioning Qualified Immunity
KCUR (Kansas City, MO) | November 9, 2020

NOPD’s National Ethical Police Training Program
WKRG News 5 (Mobile and Pensacola) | November 8, 2020

Training police to patrol each other
BBC News | October 6, 2020

Ervin Staub: A Holocaust survivor’s mission to train ‘heroic bystanders’
BBC News | October 5, 2020

What works to reduce police brutality:Psychologists’ research is pinpointing the factors that lead to overly aggressive, biased policing—and intervention that can prevent it
American Psychological Association | October 1, 2020

Just prosecuting police officers won’t make us safe. Here’s what’s needed.
Washington Post | September 25, 2020

‘I’ve got your 6’: The value of officer intervention training
Police1 | August 31, 2020

Years before George Floyd’s death, Minneapolis police chief spoke of difficulty of stopping misconduct by a veteran cop
Star Tribune (Minneapolis) | August 23, 2020

Wilmington Police Department to undergo active bystander training
WECT News (Wilmington, NC) | August 18, 2020

ABLE Project: WPD One of First to Join Program for Bystander Intervention Training
WWAY News (Wilmington, NC) | August 18, 2020

‘Hey, don’t do what you’re doing’: Teaching Cops to Say Something if They See Something
Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) | August 4, 2020

Duty To Intervene Policies Aim To Prevent Officers From Using Excessive Force
WBUR: Boston’s NPR News Station| July 20, 2020

The Holocaust Survivor Hoping to Change American Police Culture
NBC News | July 19, 2020

Commissioner Outlaw to Implement Peer Intervention Training for all Officers
KYW Newsradio (Philadelphia) | July 18, 2020

Can Peer Intervention Change Baltimore’s Police Culture? (Baltimore Sun Editorial Board)
Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2020

Deputy NOPD Chief: What Loyalty Means to Me and Fellow Officers
The Advocate (Baton Rouge) | July 15, 2020

Georgetown Law’s Innovative Policing Program Launches Project ABLE to Help Police Departments Build a Culture of Active Bystandership
Georgetown Law | July 8, 2020

Cops Stopping Cops: In Minnesota, There are Rules, but No Training
Star Tribune (Minneapolis) | June 30, 2020

Local Researcher Says Changing Police Behavior Is Possible
WBUR: Boston’s NPR News Station | June 24, 2020

New Orleans Police Program Aims To Stop Police Misconduct, Reduce Burnout
WAMU: Washington, DC’s NPR News Station | June 20, 2020

The Plight of the Police Whistleblower
The Crime Report | June 18, 2020

How Training Can Empower Officers to Intervene
PoliceOne.com | Jun. 8, 2020

Training Police to Step In and Prevent Another George Floyd
PEW Trust | June 5, 2020

Ideas We Should Steal: Ethical Policing
The Philadelphia Citizen | Jun. 4, 2020

How to Actually Fix America’s Police
The Atlantic | June 3, 2020

Stopping the next George Floyd killing: Empowering bystanders, encouraging ethical police
USA Today | June 2, 2020

George Floyd’s death could have been prevented if we had a police culture of intervention
The Washington Post | May 29, 2020

CUPD joins the national conversation on the importance of bystander intervention
The Newsstand (Clemson University) | May 29, 2019

Washington to teach all officers to ‘redefine loyalty’ when cops break rules
My Northwest (Seattle) | April 13, 2020

Using Psychology To Transform Policing
Presentation to Psychology – Law Society Annual Conference | March 6, 2020

2019 and earlier

Policing Requires an ‘EPIC’ Shift
R Street Shorts | April 2019

NOPD’s Innovative Approach to Saving Police Careers
Associate: The Magazine of the FBI National Academy Associates | March/April 2019

New Orleans police pioneer new way to stop misconduct, remove ‘blue wall of silence’
The Washington Post | January 24, 2019

Loyola Hosts First National Police Peer Intervention Conference
JustSouth Quarterly | Summer 2018

Buy-In Is Irrelevant When It’s Just A Better Way: One Reason Why NOPD’s Novel Police Peer Intervention Training Program Is Taking Off
The Community Policing Dispatch | June 2018

New Orleans (LA) Police Department
Police: The Law Enforcement Magazine | March 30, 2018

Data Analytics and Peer Intervention: Tools for Fostering Transparency and Accountability
Emerging Issues in American Policing | January 2018

Preventing Police Misconduct
Monitor on Psychology | October 2017

Keeping Each Other Safe: An Assessment of The Use of Peer Intervention Programs to Prevent Police Officer Mistakes and Misconduct, Using New Orleans’ EPIC Program As A Potential National Model
Police Quarterly | 2017

An EPIC Idea by NOPD: A New Model for Ethical Policing
Police Chief Magazine | November 2016

New Orleans Program Teaches Officers to Police One Another
The New York Times | August 28, 2016

Subject to Debate – Peer Intervention
A Newsletter of the Police Executive Research Forum | July-September 2016