Police, Policing, and Police Reform:  Implications for the Future of our Cities

Online webinar/discussion – click on following link – 
https://rutgers.webex.com/rutgers/onstage/g.php?MTID=e337a8f93b4856e36022489da9bb8112b

  Thursday, September 10th / 12:30pm – 1:30pm
 

 

The murder of George Floyd precipitated widespread national and international outrage and protests, and reignited the Black Lives Matter movement in a significant way. People from all walks of life have joined the protests in solidarity with People of Color, to demand justice, an end to police violence, the abolition of unjust and unfair police practices (such as the use of excessive force and racial profiling), defunding and/or reforming the police.
 
This webinar will feature a panel discussion of experts on the current national state of police and policing, police reform, and a local/regional perspective.
 
The webinar will be moderated and offer time for online audience Q&A.
 

 

 
Panelists:
  • Michael Fortner
    Professor of Political Science
    CUNY Graudate Center NYC
     
  • Kayla Preito-Hodge
    Assistant Professor Criminal Justice
    RU Camden
     
  • Shaneka Boucher
    Councilwoman, Camden City Council, Camden resident
     
  • Altovise Love Craighead, MS
    Inspector, Philadelphia Police Department
     
  • Ivonne Roman, PhD student Public Affairs
    retired police captain
     
  • Kevin Barfield
    Head of the Camden NAACP, lifelong Camden resident
     
  • Moderator – Stephen Danley
    Associate Professor of Public Policy & Administration
    RU Camden and Camden resident

 

Date & Time
September 10, 2020
12:30 pm-1:30 pm

Event posted in Approved Campus Activity.