Policing Los Angeles: Race, Resistance, and the Rise of the LAPD (University of North Carolina Press, 2018) https://www.uncpress.org/book/9781469646831/policing-los-angeles/
“Policing an Internal Border: The Los Angeles Police Department, Immigration Law Enforcement, and the Construction of the Criminal Alien,” Boom California (September 11, 2018), https://boomcalifornia.com/2018/09/11/policing-an-internal-border/.
"Liberal Law-and-Order: Tom Bradley, the LAPD, and the Politics of Police Reform in Los Angeles," Journal of Urban History (OnlineFirst).
“‘Kid thugs are spreading terror through the streets’: Youth, Crime, and the Expansion of the Juvenile Justice System in Los Angeles, 1973-1980,” Journal of Urban History (44:3 (May 1, 2018): 476–500.
“The Coalition Against Police Abuse: CAPA’s Resistance Struggle in 1970s Los Angeles,” Journal of Civil and Human Rights (Summer 2016).
“‘A Pledge is not Self-enforcing’: Struggles for Equal Employment Opportunity in Los Angeles 1964-1981.” Pacific Historical Review 82, no. 1 (February 2013): 63-94.
“Fighting Many Battles: Max Mont, Labor, and Interracial Civil Rights Activism in Los Angeles, 1950-1970.” Casden Annual Review, Vol. 9, 2012 (University of Southern California): 111-142.
“Fighting the Segregation Amendment: Black and Mexican American Responses to Proposition 14 in Los Angeles.” Black and Brown Los Angeles: A Contemporary Reader, eds. Laura Pulido and Josh Kun. Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2013, 143-175.
Book Reviews and Review Essays
“Politicizing Youth: Police, Politics, and Gangs in the late-Twentieth-Century City,” Journal of Urban History (OnlineFirst, February 2018).
Police, Power, and the Production of Racial Boundaries. Ana Muñiz. (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2015), Southern California Quarterly, 98.2 (April 2016).
Non-Academic and Popular Publications
“All Power to the People: Rethinking Black Panther through Historical Struggles for Community Empowerment and Anti-Police Abuse Coalition Building,” Southern California Library Black Panther Reader (forthcoming).
“Police departments should no longer be allowed to police themselves,” The Washington Post: Made by History, March 19, 2018 (link).
“‘Raceriotland’: The Meaning of Watts.” The Skid Row Reader (2017).
“The 1984 Olympics fueled L.A.’s war on crime. Will the 2028 Games do the same? How the Olympics accelerated mass incarceration in Los Angeles,” The Washington Post: Made by History, August 6, 2017 (link).
“No Justice, No Peace: The 1992 Los Angeles Rebellion. Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspectives, May 2017 (link).
Felker-Kantor, Max, Jay Colbert, and Sharon Kandris. “Trends in Crime: Does Perception Match Reality?” SAVI Community Information System at IUPUI, September 2015 (link).