"From Rhetoric to Action: Police Reform in a 'Post' Racialized America," In Conversation with Dr. Thaddeus Johnson (Georgia State University)
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Thaddeus Johnson. Find more information about Dr. Johnson at this link.
Dr. Johnson is a Senior Fellow with the Council on Criminal Justice (link).
Zoom link: https://csusb.zoom.us/j/97960458784
From Dr. Johnson's profile: "Dr. Thaddeus L. Johnson, a former ranking law enforcement official in Memphis, TN, is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice & Criminology at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University. His current research focuses on police policy and innovations, urban violence, crime control, and racially disparate justice outcomes. He is the author or co-author of numerous articles and reports and a book entitled Deviance among Physicians: Fraud, Violence, and the Power to Prescribe. In addition to having his research featured in national media outlets, he has written on police reform issues for the popular press and appeared on numerous broadcast radio and TV news programs in the US and Europe."
Thank you to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences for sponsoring this event along with Pfau Library.
Series organizers: Dr. Mary Texeira (Sociology), Robie Madrigal (Pfau Library), Stan Futch (President, Westside Action Group), Dr. Jeremy Murray (History), Cecelia Smith (CSUSB, BA/MA Graduate), Matt Patino (CSUSB MA Candidate). Click here to view previous panels in the Conversations on Race and Policing series (link).