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The Policing of Black America - Part 2

Examining Racial Disparities in Enforcement, Promoting Justice and Revisioning Society

Recorded Webinar

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Duration: 2.25 hours

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This free Town Hall Webinar is sponsored by The Center for American and International Law and its Institute for Law Enforcement Administration.  Hear from industry leaders in the fields of law enforcement, academia, law, and community organizing on critical issues of our time. 

Policing in America is at a crossroad, and never have we as people so openly questioned how people of color experience law enforcement. Those cries are now being heard throughout our society.  There now stands an opportunity to make history, to remake policing, and to have a significant impact on society.  Join us and share your ideas on how we can truly make this country a place where all are treated equally.

Duration: 2.25 hours

Registration for this webinar is free. You will receive an email with a link to the recorded webinar within one business day after your registration is confirmed.  Please contact ILEA if you have any questions.


  • Racial Profiling and Racism in Policing
  • The Black Community and PTSD
  • Use of Force Policy
  • Psychological Effects of Police Abuse on Families
  • Defunding vs. Reforming Policing
  • Are Police Asked to Do Too Much?
  • Is There Bias in the Judicial System?


  • Malik Aziz, Major, Dallas Police Department; Past President, National Black Police Officer’s Association
  • June Jenkins, President, NAACP-Collin County Branch, McKinney, TX
  • Barry Sorrels, Attorney at Law, Sorrels Hagood, Dallas, TX; Past President, Dallas Bar Association


  • Gregory Smith, Director, Institute for Law Enforcement Administration
  • Malcolm Jackson, Statewide Academy Evaluator, Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)

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