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March-April 2020 NSDA Lincoln-Douglas: Predictive Policing

March-April 2020 NSDA Lincoln-Douglas: Predictive Policing

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Big Sky Debate is pleased to release its March-April 2020 NSDA Lincoln- Douglas resources on predictive policing!

The resolution, released by the National Speech and Debate Association on February 1, 2020, is:

Resolved: Predictive policing is unjust.

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Predictive Policing Index

META

  • PREDICTIVE POLICING DEFINED
  • TOO EARLY TO JUDGE PREDICTIVE POLICING

AFFIRMATIVE

  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: DATA COLLECTED BY BIAS ACTORS
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: THREAT TO CIVIL LIBERTIES
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: PREDICTIVE POLICING UNCONSTITUTIONAL 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: REENFORCES DISCRIMINATION AGAINST MINORITIES 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: THREATENS THE POOR 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: TANTAMOUNT TO PROFILING 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: EVEN POLICE DEPARTMENTS WANT PREDICTIVE POLICING POLICIES REVIEWED 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: DATABASES AND BIG DATA RAISE PRIVACY CONCERNS 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: IGNORE THE CORE REASON WHY CRIME HAPPENS 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: PREDICTIVE POLICING SHOULD BE AIMED AT IDENTIFYING VICTIMS, NOT CRIMINALS 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: LACKS TRANSPARENCY 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: RESEARCH SUGGESTS IT MINIMALLY OR NOT EFFECTIVE AT ALL 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: RISKS TARGETING INNOCENT PEOPLE 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: RISKS CREATING AN OVERWHELMING POLICE PRESENCE 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: INEFFECTIVE AT IDENTIFYING CRIMINALS 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: INEFFECTIVE AS OFFICERS DON’T BUY INTO IT 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: PREDICTIVE POLICING KEPT IN A BLACK BOX 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: MUST AVOID SEEING TECHNOLOGY AS A PANACEA 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: PERPETUATE CONFIRMATION BIAS 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: DATA QUALITY IS LOW 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING BAD: DATA IS BIASED 
  • A/T: REGULATION MAKES PREDICTIVE POLICING OK 
  • A/T: BIG DATA ANALYSIS ITSELF IS NEUTRAL 

NEGATIVE 

  • BALANCE NEGATIVE: MUST JUDGE PROGRAMS ON THEIR INDIVIDUAL MERIT 
  • BALANCE NEGATIVE: GOOD ADMINISTRATION OF PREDICTIVE POLICING MINIMIZES HARM 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING GOOD: PREDICTION HAS ALWAYS BEEN A PART OF GOOD POLICING 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING GOOD: PROVIDES SERVICES IN A PUBLIC HEALTH MODEL 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING GOOD: PROVIDES A HELPING HAND TO POTENTIAL CRIMINALS 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING GOOD: REDUCES CRIME 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING GOOD: MAKES POLICE WORK MORE EFFECTIVE 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING GOOD: CRITICAL TO BATTLING TERRORISM 
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING GOOD: ALLOWS POLICE OFFICERS TO INVEST SCARCE RESOURCES
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING GOOD: PROMOTES ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING GOOD: DOESN’T REPRESENT A FUNDAMENTAL SHIFT IN POLICING
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING GOOD: REGULATION WILL MAKE PREDICTIVE POLICING EFFECTIVE AND SAFE
  • PREDICTIVE POLICING GOOD: WE MUST BUILD PROGRAMS THAT BRINGS COMMUNITIES AND POLICY TOGETHER
  • A/T: PREDICTIVE POLICING INEFFECTIVE
  • A/T: DATA SHARING BAD
  • A/T: PEOPLE DON’T WANT THEIR DATA SCANNED BY PO PO!
  • A/T: PREDICTIVE POLICING IS DYSTOPIAN/MINORITY REPORT
  • A/T: DATABASE QUALITY IS LOW
  • A/T: DATA IS BIASED

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