Oct. 12 Presentation Focuses on Fair, Impartial Policing
Fair and Impartial Policing: A Science-Based Approach
7-9 p.m., Monday, Oct. 12
Tangeman University Center's Mainstreet Cinema (second floor, food court level)
513-558-5607 or email@example.com
Police agencies and community stakeholders recognize that even the best officers might manifest bias and, therefore, must be proactive to achieve fair and impartial policing.
The two-hour session will include a presentation on the (1) science of bias and (2) the implications of the science for police policy and practice. Attendees will learn about explicit and implicit bias, understand how each of these might manifest in policing, and learn what agencies must do to combat biased policing. Attendees also will learn about training the University of Cincinnati Police Department is providing its officers based on this science. Comments and questions are welcome.
Lorie Fridell is a professor at the University of South Florida and former director of research at the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF). She is a Co-PI on the National Institute of Justice-funded National Police Research Platform and has over 20 years of experience conducting research on police use of force and violence against police.