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

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, August 23, 2020

Wilmington Police Department to undergo active bystander training
WECT News, August 18, 2020

WWAY News, 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
NPR (WBUR), 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
PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio), 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, 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, June 30, 2020

Local Researcher Says Changing Police Behavior Is Possible
NPR (WBUR), June 24, 2020

New Orleans Police Program Aims To Stop Police Misconduct, Reduce Burnout
NPR (WAMU), June 20, 2020

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

How Training Can Empower Officers to Intervene, 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, Jun. 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, May 29, 2019

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

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

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

NOPD’s Innovative Approach to Saving Police Careers
Associate, The Magazine of the FBI National Academy Associates, Mar/Apr 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