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On this episode, Daniel Bromberg and Étienne Charbonneau discuss the connection (or lack thereof) between transparency and accountability in the public sector. Listen to the episode to learn how perceptions of trust among police, citizens, and the media relate to policy decisions involving body-worn cameras.
On this episode of First State Insights, Daniel Bromberg and Étienne Charbonneau speak about their co-authored book, Calibrating Public Accountability, with Troy Mix, Associate Director at the University of Delaware's Institute for Public Administration. Sub-titled "The Fragile Relationship between Police Departments and Civilians in an Age of Video Surveillance," the book examines the implementation of Body-Worn Cameras and the expectations that police and civilians have about the release of footage. Listen to this episode on SoundCloud or search for "First State Insights" to listen wherever you get your podcasts.
During this March 22, 2021 interview, Daniel and Étienne discussed their goals for the book, outlined their research approach, and summarized key takeaways for scholars, policymakers, and practitioners.
Daniel Bromberg is the Director of Academic Programs at the Carsey School of Public Policy and Associate Professor in Political Science and Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire. Étienne Charbonneau is the Canada Research Chair in Comparative Public Management at École nationale d'administration publique in Montreal, Canada.
Cambridge University Press published Calibrating Public Accountability in March 2021 as part of their Elements in Public and Nonprofit Administration series.
Tune to First State Insights for information, perspectives, and analysis—"IPA"—on public policy, management, and community and economic development in Delaware. In the coming weeks, expect interviews across multiple sectors from business people, brewers, and entrepreneurs to urban planners, environmentalists, educators, and caregivers.
Listen to First State Insights
Visit IPA's SoundCloud page to see a full list of episodes, or search for "First State Insights" to listen wherever you get your podcasts.
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