According to a report compiled for the department by the Police Assessment Resource Center, a non-profit group that analyzes local and state police agencies, "A little more than half of those suspects were holding an object such as a cell phone or sunglasses that was believed by deputies to be a possible firearm.
What does PARC stand for?
PARC stands for Police Assessment Resource Center
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- Peripheral Atherosclerosis Research Consortium
- Pesticide Analytical and Response Center (Oregon Department of Human Services)
- Physical Activity and Recreation Center (Nortel; Canada)
- Pililaau Army Recreation Center
- Pinellas Association for Retarded Children
- Planning and Review Committee
- Plans And Requirements Committee
- Plattsburgh Airbase Redevelopment Corporation
- Polycyclic Aromatic Ring Cleavage
- Ponthieu Auto Retro Club (French automobile club)
- Population Aging Research Center (Pennsylvania)
- Portland Amateur Radio Club
- Portland Area Radio Council (Oregon)
- Premium Asset Recovery Corporation (Deerfield Beach, FL)
- Principal Advisor Responsible Contractor
- Principal Assistant Responsible for Contracting
- Prison Activist Resource Center (Berkeley, CA)
- Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflicts (Syracuse University)
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According to the Police Assessment Resource Center, the word "Taser" stands for Thomas A.
Bobb - who heads the Police Assessment Resource Center and has been working on Sheriff's Department issues for more than a decade - said violent criminals should be housed separately from those incarcerated for relatively minor crimes.
Police Assessment Resource Center is a national nonprofit organization that studies methods of police oversight.
That's why the Eugene Police Commission hired an outside agency - the Police Assessment Resource Center - to research and analyze different police oversight models currently being used in other U.