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Tate Fegley

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AwardsGrant Aldrich Graduate Student Essay Prize at AERC

Tate Fegley is a 2018 Mises Institute Fellow. He is currently a graduate student at George Mason University.

Research areas: economics of scale in small police departments; community vs. private policing; the productive structure of a truly free market; the effects of police unions on legal repercussions of misconduct

His CV can be found at TateFegley.com

All Works

Alabama Expands Law Allowing Private Police Forces — And the Opposition Goes Nuts

Legal System

Blog06/29/2019

If one is concerned about Briarwood’s new private police force, one also ought to be hysterical over pretty much any police force in the United States. But the state seems to get a pass in areas where non-state entities are treated with suspicion.

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Look to the States — Not SCOTUS — For Real Asset Forefeiture Reform

Legal System

Blog01/29/2019

The "asset forfeiture" case now before the Supreme Court is unlikely to lead to any substantial limitations on state and local seizures of private property.

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Government Police Fail to Make Arrests In Nearly Half of Murder Cases

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog10/11/2018

Many urban police departments fail to make arrests in even half of the murder cases in their jurisdictions. Imagine if a private sector policing firm had a similar rate of failure.

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Police Abuse Hate Crime Laws to Enhance Their Own Power

07/25/2018Power & Market
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Tom Woods Show: The Problem With Government Police

06/06/2018Power & Market
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