Investigating YouTube’s Restrictions on Science, Part 2

Ten8–11/24/2020

Welcome back to Part 2 of this series investigating the YouTube video advertising restrictions. I do not anticipate a Part 3, but with the weirdness that is YouTube policy, I suppose anything is possible.

First things first. It seems as though it is time to celebrate. After 5 years of making videos, I have some…

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Edited by Dr. Michael Wood Jr., an internationally recognized public safety expert, and scholar of police management.

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Dr. Michael Wood Jr.

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USMC, BPD(ret), author “The Business of Policing”

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