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April 14th, 2021

January 27th, 2021

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    Wednesday, January 27, 2021
    12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST Rescuing 911:  Opportunities for Reform in Police Dispatch
    Amid ongoing calls for reform to address systemic racism in our communities, our 911 operators continue to receive about 500,000 calls each day. These operators are the first of our first responders. The information they gather, what they transmit, and the way they transmit it can have a meaningful impact on how police respond to calls for help from our communities. And as the recent killing of Walter Wallace Jr. in Philadelphia shows, the manner in which police get dispatched to an encounter with a community member can critically shape how it ends.

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January 12th, 2021

December 2nd, 2020

  • Wednesday, December 2, 2020
    4:30 PM - 6:00 PM EST Is Police Reform Possible? Police Commissioner Perspectives
    Two police chiefs with vast experience leading metropolitan police forces will discuss the best approaches and biggest obstacles to addressing systemic problems in American policing.

    Leading the discussion will be distinguished journalist Dave Davies of NPR’s Fresh Air.

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Annual Quattrone Center Spring Symposium

2019
After the First Step Act: What’s Next in Criminal Justice Reform
May 8-9, 2019
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2018
Re-Forming Criminal Justice:
Structural Innovations to Improve the Administration of Justice
April 20-21, 2018
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2017
Finding Common Ground: Preventing Errors in Criminal Justice
April 20-21, 2017
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2016
Technology in Criminal Justice Reform
May 12-13, 2016
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2015
Defining Quality in Criminal Justice
May 3,2015
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2014
A Systems Approach to Conviction Integrity
April 4-5, 2014
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