National Summit on Wrongful Convictions : building a systemic approach to prevent wrongful convictions : report from the International Association of Chiefs of Police/U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs Wrongful Convictions Summit
- Alexandria, Virginia : International Association of Chiefs of Police, 2013.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource (xiv, 30, A-2, B-4, C-2 pages)
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- National Summit on Wrongful Convictions (2012 : Alexandria, Virginia)
- International Association of Chiefs of Police sponsoring body.
- United States. Bureau of Justice Assistance, sponsoring body.
- United States. Office of Justice Programs, sponsoring body.
- Includes bibliographical references (page 29).
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- Title Variation
- Building a systemic approach to prevent wrongful convictions
- Title from title screen (viewed on January 8, 2014).
- "August 2013."
- "This project was supported by Grant Number 2012-MU-MU-K070 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance."
- "The IACP convened the Wrongful Convictions Summit in Alexandria, Virginia, in August 2012 with the support of OJP, and with funding support from both the BJA and NIJ." -- Executive summary.
- "This summit focused on four critical areas: (1) making rightful arrests, (2) correcting wrongful arrests, (3) leveraging technology and forensic science, and (4) re-examining closed cases. The 30 resulting recommendations directly address these areas and lay a critical foundation for required changes in investigative protocols, policies, training, supervision, and assessment." -- Letter of transmittal.
- Downloaded from https://www.bja.gov/Publications/IACP-Wrongful_Convictions_Summit_Report.pdf on Jan 14, 2014.