Why Police Misconduct Liability Insurance Will Not Fix Anything


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Milbank Tweed Forum
April 6, 2016

Policing agencies play a vital role in ensuring a safe and secure society. But questions about law enforcement misconduct and accountability have become a central concern in recent years, following a string of high-profile police shootings and debate over such things as stop-and-frisk, profiling, and surveillance. How can we assure the effectiveness of policing, but also minimize its risks? What aspects of policing need fixing, what do those fixes look like, and what is the likelihood of achieving change? This program brings together leading change agents from Black Lives Matter and Right on Crime, as well as a prominent journalist who has covered the issues, moderated by the director of NYU Law’s own Policing Project.

Barry Friedman, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Professor of Law; Affiliated Professor of Politics;Director, Policing Project, NYU School of Law

Marc Levin, Director, Center for Effective Justice, Texas Public Policy Foundation; Policy Director, Right on Crime
Wesley Lowery, National Reporter, Washington Post
Brittany Packnett, Activist, Black Lives Matter; Member, Ferguson Commission and President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing; Founder, Campaign Zero

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Why Police Misconduct Liability Insurance Will Not Fix Anything


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