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Dr. Lorie Fridell: Policing Racial Bias: What Jurisdictions Can Do ...
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Time-length-icon 1h 40m
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Publish-date-icon October 12, 2006
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Dr. Lorie Fridell: Policing Racial Bias: What Jurisdictions Can Do to Promote Fair & Equitable Law Enforcement Practices

In this session, Dr. Fridell will describe how agencies can and should respond to the critical issues of racially biased policing and the perceptions of its practice and how resident stakeholders can facilitate responsible police actions. She will describe a comprehensive police agency response that addresses racial bias in the realms of policy, supervision/accountability, education/training, recruitment/hiring, outreach to diverse communities and data collection. She will report on promising practices around the nation.

Speaker:
Lorie Fridell, PhD: Associate Professor, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida

Moderator:
Eduardo Diaz, PhD, Executive Director, Miami-Dade County Independent Review Panel, Miami, Florida

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