Criminal Justice News

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Executive Session on Engaging Communities of Color in Positive Policing



The CNA Institute for Public Research will host an executive session on Engaging Communities in Positive Policing on March 31, 2015, from 9 a.m. to Noon, EDT in Arlington, Va. The session will be held at CNA offices at 3003 Washington Blvd. People can attend in person or view the proceedings via WebEx. The Institute for Public Research is a nonprofit research and analysis organization. The session will provide criminal justice leaders, policy makers and researchers with an opportunity to share information and discuss approaches that deepen understanding of issues in police-community relations. Practitioners and law enforcement officials from various agencies and organizations will present their experiences regarding both the challenges met and successful approaches used in engaging communities of color, as well as the impact that these approaches have had regarding crime and building community trust. For those unable to attend this session in person, CNA will broadcast the presentation via WebEx. If you would like to attend in person or via WebEx, send an RSVP to rodriguezd@cna.org by March 27, 2015.

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