Cops & Courts

12:00am

Tue November 9, 2010
Cops & Courts

Criminal Justice Conversations with David Onek: Rev. Jeffrey Brown, Boston Ten Point Coalition

Rev. Jeffrey Brown

In Episode #19, Executive Director of the Boston Ten Point Coalition Rev. Jeffrey Brown discusses why he got involved in working with youth to prevent violence, developing a close working relationship with law enforcement, the importance of data-driven violence reduction strategies, Boston's upcoming city-wide gang mediation effort, and more.

Rev. Jeffrey Brown Interview Highlights

Brown on Why He Got Involved in Working With Youth To Prevent Violence:

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12:00am

Tue October 19, 2010
Cops & Courts

Criminal Justice Conversations with David Onek: Ron Davis, East Palo Alto Police Chief

Ron Davis and David Onek

In Episode #18, East Palo Alto Police Chief Ron Davis discusses the need for police leadership in reentry, East Palo Alto's innovative reentry partnership with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), the importance of fair and impartial policing, and being a finalist for the Seattle Police Chief and New Orleans Police Chief positions.

Ron Davis Interview Highlights

Davis on Police Leadership in Reentry:

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12:00am

Tue September 21, 2010
Cops & Courts

Criminal Justice Conversations with David Onek: Benjamin Jealous, President and CEO, NAACP

Benjamin Jealous

In Episode #17, Benjamin Jealous, President and CEO of the NAACP, discusses the NAACP's new "Smart and Safe" criminal justice initiative, his support for the National Criminal Justice Act, the consequences of the nation's incarceration policies, the importance of parents taking responsibility for truancy, and more.

Jealous Interview Highlights

Jealous on the Consequences of the Nation’s Incarceration Policies:

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12:00am

Tue June 22, 2010
Cops & Courts

Criminal Justice Conversations with David Onek: Susan Manheimer, San Mateo Police Chief

Susan Manheimer and David Onek

In Episode #16, Susan Manheimer, San Mateo Police Chief and California Police Chiefs Association President, discusses why she became a police officer, becoming the first woman Chief in San Mateo and first woman President of the Police Chiefs Association, using community policing to reduce crime, collaborating regionally with the other Bay Area Chiefs and more.

Manheimer Interview Highlights

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12:00am

Tue June 15, 2010
Cops & Courts

Criminal Justice Conversations with David Onek: James Bell, W. Haywood Burns Institute

James Bell and David Onek

In Episode #15, James Bell, Executive Director of the W. Haywood Burns Institute, discusses his work to reduce the overrepresentation of youth of color in the juvenile justice system, the involvement of community members in the reform process, the importance of data-driven decision-making, California's leadership role in reducing racial and ethnic disparities, and more.

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