The Policing of Black America: Examining Racial Disparities in Law Enforcement

Public Service Announcement

The Policing of Black America: Examining Racial Disparities in Law Enforcement–A town hall – free and open to the public – will be held by the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration on Aug. 26 and Sept. 2 at 1 p.m. Central. Many law enforcement leaders and prominent members of the community will speak. Details here:
Topics include:
Racial Profiling and Racism in Policing
The Black Community and PTSD
Use of Force Policy
Psychological Effects of Police Abuse on Families
Defunding vs. Reforming Policing
Are Police Asked to Do Too Much?
Is There Bias in the Judicial System?

Speakers include:
Sheriff Marian Brown, Dallas County Sheriff’s Department
Thomas E. Meloni, PhD, Assistant Professor, Western Illinois University
Chief Roy W. Minter, Jr., Savannah Police Department, GA
Malik Aziz, Dallas Police Major and Past President, National Black Police Officer’s Association
June Jenkins, President, NAACP-Collin County Branch, McKinney, TX
Barry Sorrels, Attorney at Law, Sorrels Hagood, Dallas, TX; Past President, Dallas Bar Association

We invite anyone interested to sign up for this free educational webinar to advance the conversation.

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