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Reimagining Police Stops Workshop - Where do we go from here?

On behalf of Georgetown Law, Howard University, and The Lab @ DC, thank you for your interest in joining our public workshop, “Reimagining Police Stops: Where do we go from here?” on Thursday, October 22 from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Over the ten days leading up to the public workshop, law enforcement, researchers, advocates, and community members collectively weighed the harms and benefits of police stops and explored alternatives to the status quo.  Now we want you to join us in a discussion of what comes next. In this session, we will:
  • Summarize the opportunities and challenges in measuring the effects of a police stop.
  • Showcase initial policy proposals to reduce harm associated with police stops, while increasing public safety.
  • Reflect on these recommendations with decision-makers in DC.
  • Outline a path forward for the workshop series’ key deliverables:
    • A white paper summarizing the event.
    • A measurement guide outlining rigorous, valid methods for detecting bias in police stops and for documenting and measuring the benefits and harms of this practice.
    • A suite of recommendations for increasing the benefits and reducing the harms associated with police stops in DC and other jurisdictions.
We look forward to seeing you there (virtually), October 22, from 11:00 am-1:00 pm!
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