In a year-long study conducted by Cambridge University of over 2,000 police officers in America and the United Kingdom found that complaints against police dropped by 93%, attributed to an “observer effect,” meaning that an awareness of the encounter being recorded leads to better compliance from suspects and an adherence to protocol for cops. Benjamin Dixon discusses what this could mean for the current issues facing the American justice system in the video below.

The Benjamin Dixon Show is a progressive talk radio, YouTube, podcast. The inaugural episode aired February 9, 2015. Since that time, Benjamin has established his voice as significant contributor and thought leader in Progressivism. He has interviewed distinguished guests including Professor Eddie Glaude, Jr., Nina Turner, Shaun King, DeRay McKessen, Thomas Frank, Bakari Sellers and Adolph Reed. Benjamin also is the author of two books — God is Not a Republican & Lessons for My Son—and an eBook, Ten Life Changing Moments. Dixon is also the founder and editor of He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, a Master’s Degree in Political Science, and is approaching the end of his Doctoral program in International Development with a focus on International Security.