Jude Higdon on Small Town PolicingData scientists tackle policing data in small towns
We have another guest host this episode, with Jude Higdon. Jude is the Chief Information Officer at Bennington College and co-founder of the QSIDE Institute. Jude led the charge during IMSI’s Research Collaboration Workshop that was aimed at addressing small town policing.
Using the road map laid out by the Small Town Policing Accountability (SToPA) Lab, Jude’s team developed a toolkit for procuring, structuring, and analyzing policing data in small towns that lack the resources and systems to make their own data public. By the end of a month at IMSI, Jude’s team had a prototype that can empower small community-based participatory action research.
Find our transcript here: LINK
Curious to learn more? Check out these additional links:
QSIDE Institute: https://qsideinstitute.org/
Small Town Policing Accountability previous research: https://bigdata.duke.edu/projects/small-town-policing-accountability/
Submit a Research Collaboration Workshop proposal to IMSI: https://www.imsi.institute/proposals/collaboration/
Follow Jude Higdon: https://www.bennington.edu/about/college-leadership/jude-higdon
This episode was audio engineered by Tyler Damme.
Music by Blue Dot Sessions.
The Institute for Mathematical and Statistical Innovation (IMSI) is funded by NSF grant DMS-1929348.