'Exploring the Dynamics Between Police and Communities of Color: Where Do We Go from Here?'

Town Hall

The Maryland League of Women Voters will host "Exploring the Dynamics Between Police and Communities of Color: Where Do We Go from Here?," a session to gain different perspectives on ongoing issues concerning public safety and police behavior.

Attendance is FREE but registration is requested as there is LIMITED seating. See details below.

Featuring: University of Baltimore President Kurt Schmoke as Event Moderator.

Lay of the Land: Dr. Benjamin Wright, School of Criminal Justice, UB.

Police Perspective: Commissioner Kevin Davis, Baltimore City Police; Chief William Harden, Pocomoke Police - Dr. Benjamin Wright, panel moderator.

Prosecutor Perspective: Inspector General Carlos Acosta - Prince George’s County Police Department; Elizabeth Embry, Chief of the Criminal Division in the Maryland Office of the Attorney General; Dr. Roger Hartley, panel moderator.

Community Perspective: Rev. Todd Yeary, NAACP; Marion Gray-Hopkins, Victim Advocate; Andrea Harrison, MD New Directions; Lydia Walther Rodriguez, CASA de Maryland; Adar Ayira, panel moderator.

Legislative Actions Current and Future: Lawrence Grandpre, Director of Research, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle; Toni Holness, Public Policy Counsel, Maryland ACLU, the Honorable Delegate Alonzo Washington; Tony Holness, panel moderator.

A Vision for Community Policing: Neill Franklin, Executive Director, Law Enforcement against Prohibition; Dayvon Love, Director of Public Policy, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle.

Check-in begins at 8:30, Program begins at 9.

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Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.

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