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Reimagining Public Safety: The Police and Community Perspectives

The Police and Community Perspectives panel will discuss the critical issue of rebuilding trust between the police and the communities they are sworn to protect. The foundations of policing in the U.S. have fractured in fundamental ways, and trust must be repaired so that community members and law enforcement see themselves as authentic partners in public safety, rather than adversaries. We will discuss current research in this area as well as evidence-based alternatives and community policing models.

Date: Friday, October 30, 2020
Time: 12 - 1:15 PM ET
Access information is provided below


Tom Jackman Tom Jackman
Criminal Justice Reporter
The Washington Post





Cynthia LumCynthia Lum
Director of Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy
George Mason University




Lt. Gov. John FettermanLt. Gov. John Fetterman
34th Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania




Leon FordLeon Ford
Activist, Author, Public Speaker
Police shooting survivor




Rashall BrackneyRaShall M. Brackney (DC '09, HNZ '11)
Chief of Police
Charlottesvile, VA




Virtual Session Access

Please click on the zoom webinar link below or use the dial-in numbers to attend this virual panel discussion.

Zoom Webinar:

In case you need it, here's the webinar id and passcode:
Webinar ID: 990 2069 3146
Password: 147348

Dial-in Numbers US:

+1 267 831 0333
+1 929 205 6099
+1 301 715 8592
Additional dial-in numbers can be found here.