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3 +Now is the key time to address police misconduct through a feminist Policy perspective. Statistics show thatwomen are less likely to be violent, have better community outreach, and are less authoritarian
4 +Katherine **Spillar** July 2, **2015** How more female police officers would help stop police brutality https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/07/02/how-more-female-police-officers-would-help-stop-police-brutality/?utm'term=.97a7fff0d93b
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13 +Policies centered around effective communication are necessary in de-escalating police violence
14 +Christina Sterbenz, (2016), The 2 police shootings this week revealed the 'biggest issue' facing police departments today, http://www.businessinsider.com/police-shootings-minnesota-louisiana-dallas-national-standards-2016-7
15 +No national standards exist for the use of force, or other policing tactics,
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19 +skills or how to be proficient with less lethal defensive skills."
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22 +Plan: The United States federal government should regulate that 50 percent of all new hires for state/local police agencies accused of miscoundct be gender performing women.
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26 +Federal Government key - Policies at the top trickle down and are more effective strategies.
27 +Katherine **Spillar** July 2, **2015** How more female police officers would help stop police brutality https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/07/02/how-more-female-police-officers-would-help-stop-police-brutality/?utm'term=.97a7fff0d93b
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33 +have a perfect opportunity to consider a dramatic, gender-based response.
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36 +Gendered Polices are proven to be effective and need for active recruitment goes down
37 +THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ACTION: THE CASE OF WOMEN 1N POLHCNG* SUSAN E. **MARTIN** National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism JUSTICE QUARTERLY, VoL 8 No. 4, December **1991** @ 1991 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
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39 +Data from the case studies suggest that affirmative action policies have contributed to the
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49 +The aff is a prior question-We use the plan to break down and stop the silencing of women in the workplace. We come before anything else.
50 +**Lozano-Reich and Cloud '9**, Assistant Professor at Loyola Marymount University and Associate Professor at The University of Texas respectively, (Nina Lozano-Reich and Dana Cloud, "The Uncivil Tongue: Invitational Rhetoric and the Problem of Inequality," Western Journal of Communication, pp. 220-226
51 +Bone et al. acknowledge that historically, societal standards of decorum have often been
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60 +US women in police force down compared to other countries and lagged rate of promotion
61 +International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice The status of women police officers: An international review Tim **Prenzler** a, *, Georgina **Sinclair 2013** xx (2013) 1e17 https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/7074/bea3789e2fae84614a8f6841f9fadd9bba03.pdf
62 +The results of this research were extremely mixed. Publicly accessible data on the proportion
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66 +concentrated in traditional areas working with their own gender and victims of crime.
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69 +Despite better outcomes departments focus more on ethnic diversity recruitment than gendered recruitment
70 +**University of San Diego ND** Why We Need More Female Law Enforcement Officers https://onlinedegrees.sandiego.edu/female-law-enforcement-officers/ package for degree in criminal justice - summary of a 15 page package and an example of how reaching out to women to show these opportunities can increase their options
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72 +Female police officers make up a small fraction of the police force and the
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80 +The Affirmative helps break down traditional notion of gender roles in the workplace - key place of identity formation
81 +**Chira '17**, assistant managing editor for news of The New York Times (Susan, 6/24, "Men Don't Want to Be Nurses. Their Wives Agree." The New York Times, https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/24/opinion/sunday/men-dont-want-to-be-nurses-their-wives-agree.html?mabReward=CTS2andrecp=1andmoduleDetail=recommendations-1andaction=clickandcontentCollection=Briefingandregion=Footerandmodule=WhatsNextandversion=WhatsNextandcontentID=WhatsNextandsrc=recgandpgtype=article)
82 +It seems like an easy fix. Traditionally male factory work is drying up.
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92 +Warren and Cady, Professors of Philosophy at Macalester College and Hamline University, 1994 (Karen and Duane, Hypatia, Spring, Proquest)
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99 +Violence should be understood as a continuum that functions against all women. This sexual terrorism has become the norm where women's bodies are the battlefield. Prioritize these forms of violence because social biases underrepresent them and their effects are exponential. Their focus on large scale impacts ignore these types of low level violence that will continue to happen.
100 +Ray in 1997 A. E. Ray "The Shame of it: gender-based terrorism in the former Yugoslavia and the failureof international human rights law to comprehend the injuries." The American University Law Review. Vol 46.
101 +In order to
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107 +Hegemonic Masculinity structures tiers of power relations-this is the foundation for oppression based on gender, age, class, sexuality, and race
108 +Collins '04**, Distinguished University Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland, ( Patricia Hill, " Black Sexual Politics: African Americans, Gender, and the New Racism," Routledge, https://barzakhlentini.noblogs.org/files/2013/09/black-sexual-politics.pdf) // PZ
109 +Tarzan constitutes one well-known example of how mass media shapes White masculinity within
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