Police-Community Relations | Audio Recording

6/8/2016
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Running time

01:36:00

Police-Community Relations

At national, state and local levels, dialogue is underway on how to improve relationships between police and the diverse communities they serve and protect. At this session, we will hear from commissions, task forces and membership groups at the forefront of these conversations.

Presiding

  • Senator W. Briggs Hopson, Mississippi

Speakers

  • J. Thomas Manger, President, Major Cities Chiefs Association, chief of police for Montgomery County Police Department, Maryland
  • Senator Ellen Roberts, Colorado
  • Laurie Robinson, Clarence J. Robinson Professor of Criminology, Law and Society, George Mason University, Virginia

This session was recorded Dec. 10, 2015

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