In Louisville, KY, Homicides go Unsolved as Number of Killings Climbs

Founding Director at the Center for Justice research at Texas Southern University, and nonresident Senior Fellow at The Brookings Institution, Dr. Howard Henderson, weighed in on the uptick in killings. He attributes the recent uptick to low morale amongst local law enforcement.

“It’s bad for the system to have officers with low morale. The lower the morale, the worse the job performance,” Henderson said. “The question really needs to be why is (officer) morale low? Is it that morale is low because people are being held accountable for the first time? Morale might be low for a good reason.”

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