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Race, Policing, and the Community: Race and Youth & Police Relationships

The Institute on Race and Justice and its Community Advisory Board present "Race and Youth & Police Relationships," a forum for an open conversation between youth of color and police to examine the complexities of building relationships between police and youth of color as it relates to present day community policing.

This event is the third forum of the four-part series "Race, Policing, and the Community," which explores important topics about the impact of race on policing in urban settings. This event will feature Mr. Ricky Grant, Chief of Community Engagement of District Attorney Rachael Rollins Office, Mr. Brian Tatis Cruz, Youth and Police Partnership Peer Leader, Miss Katie McNair, Youth and Police Partnership, Youth Program Participant, Sergeant Detective Lanita Cullinane, Commander of the Firearm Analysis Unit, Boston Police Department and Deputy Superintendent Eddy Chrispin, Assistant Chief, Bureau of Professional Standards, Boston Police Department. This discussion will be co-led by Mr. Ricardo Jean Noelle, Director of Youth and Police Partnership and Mr. Sam Williams, Founder of One Circle Health and Wellness LLC and Co-Chair of the IRJ Community Advisory Board.

This virtual forum will be held over Zoom on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 from 3:30 til 5:00 PM and is open to all members of the Northeastern University community and the general public.

Please register at: https://northeastern.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEkde2hrj8pHd0zwZSh7ms3q4tEhHWXrwQF.  

This event is being Co-Sponsored by Youth and Police Partnership, the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, and the College of Social Sciences and Humanities.

Tuesday, February 23 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm

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CSSH, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Master Calendar

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School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Institute on Race and Justice, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Youth and Police Partnership

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