Researchers say crime declines and trust increases when officers work alongside residents to build relationships
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New research highlights need for policymakers to prepare for a future shortfall
Analysis by Center for Neighborhood Knowledge shows ‘extreme undercount’ shaping up in low-income and minority neighborhoods
New research by UCLA Luskin faculty finds young people who are actively engaged in civic improvement and eager to be heard about solutions.
The 2020 International Women’s Day Conference honors the former dean of the Luskin School for her award-winning 1994 study, “Women and Politics Worldwide.”
UCLA analysis shows the current rate of response is at least 11 percentage points lower than in 2010
New UCLA report on transit safety of college students is released during InterActions LA
Annual UCLA survey finds less optimism among young and economically stressed residents
Assisted by UCLA Luskin colleagues, attorney Chad Dunn secures a ruling that will allow over 16 million Texans to vote by mail in upcoming elections.
UCLA Luskin alumni social workers reveal some fear and frustration and a whole lot of dedication