The last few years have brought greater public awareness to the state of policing, including police officers’ relationships with local communities, internal dynamics and policies within police departments, and the public call for increased transparency. Hear from two Northeastern University experts, Professor Jack McDevitt and Professor Amy Farrell, as they share research into the reforms sweeping through police departments across the country. Our speakers will have a robust conversation about the movement towards increased accountability in policing and the impacts on both communities and police departments.
About Invited Speaker, Jack McDevitt:
An award winning author, Aldrich has published five books including Building Resilience and Black Wave, more than 60 peer-reviewed articles, and written op-eds for the New York Times, CNN, HuffPost, and many other media outlets.
He has spent more than 5 years in India, Japan, and Africa carrying out fieldwork and his work has been funded by the Fulbright Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the Abe Foundation, and the Japan Foundation, among other institutions and was the 2021 Klein Lecturer at Northeastern University.
Date: Wednesday July 21, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM ET
Location: Virtual Event – Register here.