Policing in the U.S. Series Begins Feb. 16 – Make Plans to Attend
Join Dean Blomberg and the Center for Leadership and Social Change as they begin the Policing in the U.S. Series, Thursday, Feb. 16 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the FSU Globe Auditorium.
This series will offer a balanced look at policing in the United States and examine paths to improvement. Each of the three topics in the series will feature the perspective of an academic, an officer, and an activist as they examine the enforcement of law and order in this country through topics of history, training, and interaction.
The series will kick off Feb. 16 with The Crucible: The Difficulty of Getting it Right featuring Dean Blomberg. Following presentations in the three-part series will include:
- The Training: Rules & Regulations for Enforcing the Law – Featuring David Perry, Police Chief for Florida State University – March 2
- The Interaction: What to know. What to do. Featuring Diop Kamau, Civil Rights Activist & Police Abuse Investigator – March 23
All presentations will be held from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in the Globe Auditorium. Feel free to bring your lunch – drinks and dessert will be provided.
Questions? Contact: Steve Mills at 850-933-9945