This edition: Community Policing in New York: Concept & RealityTweet
Original tape date: October 26, 2016.
First aired: October 31, 2016.
Moderator Bob Liff and a panel of experts debate the promises and pitfalls of community policing, as well as other public safety innovations. How do policy makers address the cultural tensions that frequently surface between citizens and police officers in the City? Can we move beyond recent incidents of violence committed by and against police? Can we effectively establish working ties between the officers who protect us and the communities that make it possible for them to do so in our neighborhoods?
Arnold N. Kriss. Esq. Former Deputy Commissioner, New York City Police Department
Hon. Rory Lancman Member, New York City Council, District 24
Prof. Eugene O'Donnell Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY
Elinor Tatum Publisher & Editor-in-Chief, New York Amsterdam News
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