Watch The Livestream of Harvard’s “Race and Policing” on FLOSS TV Now!
Building on two previous Forums about race, criminal justice and health, this event will examine specific approaches and models to address the complexities of race and policing. Experts in law enforcement, public health, community relations and the law will speak. Subjects will include safeguarding law enforcement and communities, promoting more effective communication and de-escalation techniques, and narrowing the social, economic and health gaps that persist between underserved and middle-class America. The emphasis will be on local and state approaches.
Brian Corr, President, National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement
Tracey Meares, Professor of Law, Yale Law School, and Senior Research Advisor, National Network for Safe Communities, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Shanks, Director, Fight Crime: Invest in Kids – Police Training Institute, Retired USAF Master Instructor, SME, & Texas Master Peace Officer
David Williams, Professor of Public Health, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Phillip Martin, Senior Investigative Reporter, WGBH News
Presented jointly with PRI’S The World & WGBH
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