Motley Speaker Series | Policing and Race in America: Past, Present, and Future – Part 2 (EMS210121)

January 21, 2021

1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)


CBA-CBF-webThe Constance Baker Motley Speaker Series on Racial Inequality is presented by the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA) and its Diversity and Inclusion Committee, in collaboration and co-sponsorship with the Connecticut Bar Foundation (CBF) and James W. Cooper Fellows

About the Program

This session will focus on biases in policing and the impact on communities, mainly communities of color. Panelists will provide insight into strategies and changes some police departments have implemented to mitigate bias and improve community relations.

You Will Learn

  • The “on the ground” realities of biased policing
  • How it impacts the lives of the policed
  • How police departments in some places are responding to this charge and altering their method/policy/philosophy of policing
  • What impact that has had on their “results”

Who Should Attend

Judges, lawyers, and law students will benefit from this seminar.



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Tiheba Bain Tiheba Bain
Women Against Mass Incarceration, Bridgeport

ken barone Kenneth Barone
Central Connecticut State University, New Britain

Jack Drumm John “Jack” Drumm
Madison Police Department, Madison

Warren Hardy Warren E. Hardy
Helping Young People Evolve (H.Y.P.E.), Hartford


Charles Grady Charles Grady
Federal Bureau of Investigation, New Haven

CLE Credit

CT: 2.0 CLE Credits (Ethics)


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