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Alex Weiss interviewed by National Public Radio about Chicago Police Violence Reduction Initiative.

Officers did seize some guns and make some arrests, but were mostly busy writing tickets. CPD says its latest anti-violence program will be [...]

Chicago Sun Times writes about Alexander Weiss’ recommended changes needed for Chicago beat cops

"Alexander Weiss, former director of the Center for Public Safety at Northwestern University, and Paul Evans, former commissioner of the Boston Police Department, [...]

Alex Weiss appointed to teach at Ohio State University

Alex Weiss chosen to teach for the Management Advancement for the Public Service at the John Glenn College of Public Affairs at Ohio […]

Alexander Weiss Consulting leads in Organizational Study for the Shorewood Wisconsin Police Department

Alexander Weiss Consulting chosen to conduct an organizational study for the Shorewood Wisconsin Police Department, a suburb of Milwaukee.

Alexander Weiss Consulting chosen to conduct a staffing study for the Albuquerque Police Department.

Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico and the department has a sworn staff of about 1000 officers.

Commentary: How to ‘defund’ the police — real strategies to reduce costs safely

By ALEXANDER WEISS, CHICAGO TRIBUNE The idea of “defunding” the police has sparked a great deal of discussion in recent weeks. Proponents of this approach [...]

Forbes turns to police staffing expert, Alexander Weiss, to discuss Why Defunding May Be Inevitable.

The only time in recent history police departments saw significant layoffs was during the Great Recession, when as many as 15,000 officer positions were lost as a result of the downturn. “Most people predicted Armageddon,” Weiss says, “but it didn’t happen…life went on.”

Boston Globe Article asked Alexander Weiss for his expert opinion on the subject of defunding the police.

“For a number of people, the institution of police is simply not legitimate. We’ve been talking about reform for all these years and nothing seems to happen,” said Alexander Weiss, an expert on police staffing.