Feb. 18: Forum on Reformation and Restoration of Law Enforcement: The Role of Community and Social Movements

The Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Studies Department and the Center for Faculty Development present Reformation and Restoration of Law Enforcement: The Role of Community and Social Movements.

The event is 4 to 6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 18 at the Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Education Center, room 112, 9110 Brooklyn Boulevard, Brooklyn Park.

Panelists include Jeff Martin, attorney and Saint Paul NAACP president, Michelle Gross, Communities United Against Police Brutality president, Alicia Lucio, community organizer, Neighborhood House and Pastor Brad Froslee of Calvary Lutheran Church in Minneapolis.

This event is organized by Metropolitan State University’s Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Studies Department and cosponsored by the Center for Faculty Development, the Institute for Community Engagement and Scholarship and Student Services.

For more information, contact Dr. Raj Sethuraju.

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