Deputy Chief Steve Downing will address the Palos Verdes Democratic Club on the story of policing and the origins of the tough on crime era and what isn’t working. He will also discuss studies which show the best types of reforms to implement. This event is open to the public and you can register here: […]
Commissioner Branville Bard of the Cambridge Police Department will be speaking on a panel hosted by the Police, Treatment, and Community Collaborative (PTACC) on healing relationships between law enforcement and minority communities. This event is open to the public but requires registration. You can tune in at https://www.frontlinerespondersnetwork.com/program?uww_sessid=39b95176-453a-4092-a19a-2cbfa878df1a
Sgt. Cheryl Dorsey (Ret.) will be joining a panel of experts at Purdue University to discuss the concept of defunding the police. This event is open to the public and the audience can tune in at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQk4KV7oqDY&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=PurdueUniversity
John Amabile will present to students at Wellesley College on why all drugs should be legalized from the law enforcement perspective. This event is not open to the public.
Chief Isaiah McKinnon will present on leadership in times of crisis and his experiences as a Black police officer and police chief in Detroit, Michigan. This event is not open to the public.
LEAP Speaker Chief Isaiah McKinnon (Ret.) will be virtually presenting to the American Bar Association on his experiences as a Black police officer and chief in Detroit. This event is not open to the public.
LEAP Speaker Lt. Nick Bucci will be speaking on the need to legalize marijuana in New Jersey alongside NJ Senator Troy Singleton, Associate Social Worker Joann Downey, Charlana McKeithen from NORML, and Dan Ulloa from the Latino Action Network. This event is hosted by the NJ Democratic State Committee’s Progressive Caucus and is open to […]
LEAP’s Executive Director Major Neill Franklin (Ret.), Deputy Secretary Pete France (Ret.), and Commissioner Branville Bard will be discussing law enforcement response to mental health calls during the time of COVID-19 at the National Alliance on Mental Illness’s (NAMI-MD) 2020 Virtual Conference. This event is open to registered guests. Registration can be found at https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eh6hpjbba9920e22&oseq=&c=&ch=
This event is a virtual town hall discussion on drug policy featuring Jay Fisher. The event is hosted by Joshua Luttrell, candidate for District Attorney of Shawnee County. This event is open to the public and you can view it at https://www.facebook.com/Luttrell4DA. Note: LEAP’s and Jay Fisher’s appearance is not an endorsement of Joshua Luttrell […]
The presentation will begin at 10:30am via Zoom. John will be presenting on the history of the War on Drugs, current laws, LEAP’s mission, and the benefits of legalization. This presentation is not open to the public.
Prop 25 debate hosted by the Greater Riverside Chamber of Commerce Judge Gray and a representative from the “No on 25” campaign will each be given 5 minutes to argue their respective sides. There will be a couple of minutes Q & A after each section. This event is not open to the public.
Hosted by Americans for Prosperity South Carolina. This event is open to the public – Zoom Link: https://standtogether.zoom.us/s/97823880183 Passcode: CAFSeries! Ted Nelson will join Americans for Prosperity and panelists for a 1 hour discussion on civil asset forfeiture. Ted will discuss the Law Enforcement point of view on why Civil Asset Forfeiture is misguided.
This panel is designed to build support for CJ reforms, which will be a major focus of the next MO general session of the legislature. Betty will join three other panelists. Each speaker will have 15 minutes to present followed by 5-10 minutes of Q & A. Betty will focus on policing reforms recommended by […]
This meeting is not open to the public. The Chief’s presentation will begin at 2pm, he’ll have 15 minutes minutes to deliver remarks on his USA Today Op-Ed and the current climate/unrest. The remarks will be followed by 30 minutes of Q & A.
“What’s the Deal with Criminal Justice Reform?” hosted by Americans for Prosperity – Virginia This virtual panel discussion is open to the public. The Zoom room will open up at 5pm EST. Captain Mike Harvey and Chief John Dixon will each have 20 minutes to present on the importance of community policing and building relationships […]
This event is hosted by the Humanist Society of Santa Barbara who will open the Zoom room at 2:45pm. Terry’s presentation on LEAP’s policing recommendations and the current civil unrest will begin at 3pm. Terry will have 45-60 minutes present followed by 15-30 minutes of Q & A. This event is private and not open […]
This virtual panel is open to the public. Zoom Call-In Info: Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/98886514246?pwd=RjVOaHBiU2JmVkZFcjRFaS9lZTlKUT09 Meeting ID: 988 8651 4246 Password: 792498 The panel will begin at 3:30pm. The moderator, Nita Watson, will take 5 minutes to introduce the panel/topic. Each panelist will then have 2 minutes to speak about themselves. The rest of the […]
Topic of discussion will focus on – Coronavirus recommendations to reduce prison population
The Guilty Plea Problem is a panel discussion hosted by the KY Innocence Project. This event is open the public. The discussion will focus on the ways in which the KY criminal justice system’s reliance on plea deals perpetuates wrongful convictions. The discussion will be subdivided into four portions: 1) how KY’s low trial rate/heavy […]
This event is not open to the public. Jay will be presenting for 35 minutes during 7 class periods about what it’s like to be a criminal justice professional.