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Justice Reform: Building Trust & Legitimacy After George Floyd

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Thursday, August/19/2021 starting at 08:00A
Rhode Island College Student Union
600 Mt Pleasant Ave

Presented August 19th thru August 20th, 2021, in cooperation with the Rhode Island College Police Department, this program has been designed to be of interest to both law enforcement personnel and their community partners. Featured workshops will cover such issues as “Eliminating Implicit Bias To Enhance Police-Community Engagement; An Anatomy of A Fatal Use of Force; The Enemy Within: Extremism In Law Enforcement”; Effective Policing in LGBT Communities; Civilian Oversight As A Police Accountability Mechanism, and other topics designed to provide law enforcement officers with greater tools, knowledge and skills for interacting with people, particularly in communities of color.

Registration for this two-day mini-conference program, being held in the Student Union at Rhode Island College, 600 Mt. Pleasant Blvd, Providence, RI, is at the rate of $150.00, per person, until August 13, 2021, and is open to all members of law enforcement, community groups, businesses, organizations and institutions. Registration fees cover the costs of program materials, a continental breakfast, lunch and certificate of attendance. This program is only available to the first 100 registrants.

Checks should be made payable to Rhode Island Guardians, P.O. Box 113854, North Providence, RI 02911-9998

Admission price $150.00 per person


John A'Vant

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