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Building Bridges: How Campus Policing can lead the way toward American Police Reform

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February 21 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm EST

Location: BURNETT 103 

 

Chief Rosnick and fellow campus police officer(s) will host a conversation about the state of US policing and society, what we are doing here at W&J, and how campus policing presents a unique opportunity to trial and develop formed policing for America today. The officers will share their stories, and lessons, from their lives in the service, and then invite the audience to think collaboratively about what works well in policing at W&J, what could work better, and how these lessons might be taken out into society more broadly. 

 

This session Building Bridges: How Campus Policing can lead the way toward American Police Reform is offered as one of six concurrent breakout sessions.

Learn more about the other five sessions:
Nuclear Disarmament and Global Security
Being a Poll Worker: The Front Lines on Election Day
Artificial Intelligence, Misinformation and Democracy
The Lost Generations: Experiences of the Lebanese Diaspora in the United States Public Premiere
A Conversation with Community Leaders in Washington

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Date:
February 21
Time:
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
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Sponsor

Washington & Jefferson College
Phone:
724-503-1001
Email:
symposium@washjeff.edu
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Speaker

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Chief J. Rosnick

Director of Campus & Public Safety and Chief of Police