Police Choice: Feasible Policy Options for a Safer and Freer Society

Libertarian Papers 10 (2018)
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: The system of policing in the United States is costly and ineffective, perhaps because of the government monopoly on residentially assigned police departments. A system of private or public police choice could introduce competitive pressures into the market for policing and improve overall quality levels. I discuss current and historical examples of private policing and […]

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