Workshop 1

Introductory Workshop: What are Police For? Guardians versus Warriors
Speaker: Ron Davis, former Chief of Police, East Palo Alto, CA; former Director, US Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing (COPS); and Executive Director, President’s Commission on 21st Century Policing

Workshop 2

D.C.’s Story: Changing Demographics, Changing Challenges
Speaker (and walking tour leader): Bernard Demczuk, George Washington University

Workshop 3

Risk, Force, and De-escalation
Speaker: Professor Paul Butler, Georgetown University Law Center; former D.C. prosecutor; author, Chokehold: Policing the Black Man

Workshop 4

Policing and Implicit Bias
Speaker: Lorie Fridell, CEO of Fair & Impartial Policing, LLC, and Associate Professor in Criminology, University of South Florida

Workshop 5

Juveniles and Justice
Speakers: Lisa H. Thurau, Strategies for Youth; Professor Kris Henning, Georgetown University Law Center; Students of Dunbar and Anacostia High Schools; and Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)  police officers

Workshop 6

Reflections on Police for Tomorrow Program
Speaker: Professor Rosa Brooks, Georgetown University Law Center

Workshop 7

Homelessness, Poverty, and Policing
Speakers: Ann Marie Staudenmaier, Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless; Alan Banks, former law enforcement officer and formerly homeless; Professor Christy Lopez, Georgetown University Law Center

Workshop 8

Race and the Criminal Justice System
Speaker: James Foreman, author, Locking Up Our Own; Professor, Yale Law School; and former Washington, D.C. public defender

Workshop 9

Active Bystandership
Speaker: Jonathan Aronie, Police Monitor for New Orleans, LA

Workshop 10

How to be a Changemaker in Policing
Speakers: Sue Rahr (former Sheriff, Kings County, WA; current head of State Training Academy); Chief Scott Thomson (Camden, NJ); Annie Plotkin-Madrigal (Community Engagement Manager, Ashoka)

Workshop 11

Alternatives to Arrest
Speakers: Chief Chris Magnus, Tucson, AZ; David Kennedy, National Network for Safe Communities; Kelly O’Meara, Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia (MPD); Seema Sadanandan, Alliance for Safety and Justice, formally ACLU D.C.

Workshop 12

Capstone Project Planning Session