Videos tagged with Philip J. Cook

  • Join us for a discussion on policing and gun violence featuring Sanford Professor Emeritus Philip J. Cook and Durham Chief of Police Patrice Andrews. The discussion will cover Professor Cook's new book, Policing Gun Violence, as well as a detailed report that Professor Cook produced - at the invitation of Chief Andrews - regarding fatal and non-fatal shootings in Durham. Questions raised include: How can police departments find the right balance between over- and under-policing of high-violence areas?

  • In this series, hosted by the Center for Firearms Law, we talk with experts on various aspects of firearms law & policy about the role of guns in the ongoing pandemic. This interview with Philip Cook (Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy) discusses his research on gun control.

    Presented by the Duke Center for Firearms Law.

    Appearing: Philip Cook (Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy) and Jacob D. Charles (Duke Law).

    Produced on June 8, 2020.

  • The symposium on Guns Rights and Regulations Outside the Home looks at the issues left open by the Supreme Court in District of Columbia concerning whether and how the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms extends outside the home. Experts in the legal, historical, and empirical aspects of this question weigh in on the proper approach.

    Panel 3: Empirical and Theoretical Aspects of Firearms in Public

    Moderator: Philip J. Cook, ITT/Terry Sanford Professor Emeritus of Public Policy Studies, Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy

  • In 1993, the extra cost to North Carolina taxpayers, per execution, for prosecuting a case capitally, was more than $2.16 million. Come hear how much it costs us today in a talk by Philip Cook, Professor of Public Policy Studies, and Economic and Sociology at the Sanford Institute of Public Policy.

    Recorded on November 20, 2007.

    Appearing: David Fry (JD '10), host/introductions ; Phillip J. Cook (Sanford Institute of Public Policy), speaker.