Addressing Police Accountability & Community Safety

Join the Journal for Social Justice & the Center for Public Interest Law for a discussion about police accountability in Chicago. Panelists include Adele Nicholas, a civil rights attorney, Tamer Abouzeid, from the  Civilian Office of Police Accountability,  and Brian Orozco (DePaul Law Alum) a civil rights attorney for Kulis Law. Chastidy Burns, an illustrious DePaul Law Alum and an accomplished Cook County Assistant Public Defender will moderate. The event aims to address how to hold both police officers and law enforcement agencies responsible for effectively delivering basic services of crime control. The Journal also hopes to address Chicago's long history of racism in policing, including persistent racially discriminatory practices ranging from street level harassment and arrests to excessive and deadly force, and ultimately mass incarceration.

Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Lewis Center, 242
25 E Jackson Blvd

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College of Law, Center for Public Interest Law, (All) College of Law, Law Student Organizations & Journals

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