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Police Reform and the Role of Business

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Police Reform and the Role of Business

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Business interacts with the police and the criminal justice system in a variety of ways—as a provider of products and services, by stationing police and private security firms on company premises, or by providing data to law enforcement agencies during investigations. Business is also connected to the criminal justice system at the public policy level, as both shape the community context in which we all live. In theory, the role of the police and the criminal justice system is to protect human rights, but all too often the system discriminates against and harms the rights of people in BIPOC communities. Join us to explore what role business should play in advocating for police reform, what responsibilities business holds, and what leverage it has to advocate for change.



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I felt this conference was life changing. I am truly inspired and am plotting both career and personal changes to live up to the great lessons I learned. Both the sessions and the networking were vital.


Sponsors

Convening Sponsor

Verizon

Supporting Sponsors

AB InBev The Coca-Cola Company Flex Ltd. Google, Inc. Microsoft Corporation The Walt Disney Company

Marketing and Media Sponsor

3BL Media