Professor Barry Friedman, one of the country’s leading authorities on policing, will give the first-ever Academy for Justice Distinguished Lecture. Professor Friedman’s lecture examines the policing homelessness as a vehicle for considering whether a broader conception of public safety may require us to rethink the role of police and policing in resolving social problems. Comments to Professor Friedman’s lecture will be provided by Professors Trevor Gardner, Ben McJunkin, Maria Ponomorenko, and former police chief and postdoctoral researcher, Brandon del Pozo. A written version of the lecture will subsequently be published in the American Criminal Law Review.
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