In Unwarranted, NYU law professor Barry Friedman instructively examines the crisis in 21st-century U.S. policing. He argues that the problem is not so much the policing agencies as it is the rest of us. We allow these agencies to operate in secret and to decide how to police us, rather than calling the shots ourselves. Driven by technology, policing has changed dramatically. Once, cops sought out bad guys; today, increasingly militarized forces conduct wide surveillance of all of us. The courts meant to supervise policing have let us down entirely. Police play an indispensable role in our society. But our failure to supervise them has left us all in peril. Friedman's book is a critical, timely intervention into debates about policing and a call to take responsibility for governing those who govern us. Gain expert insight into this critical issue at the author's discussion and signing.