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Wednesday, November 2 • 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Reducing crime, building trust: the role of data in policing

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Municipal police departments are tasked with the protection of residents, but establishing processes for tackling cities’ most pressing public safety concerns can often seem more like trial and error than hard science. Can implementing a data-driven approach to policing lead to more effective outcomes in reducing crime rates, ensure more equitable surveillance, and reverse or prevent the erosion of trust between residents and police forces?


Moderator
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Beth Blauer

Executive Director, Center for Government Excellence (GovEx) at Johns Hopkins University
Beth Blauer is one of the nation’s leading experts on government performance programs. In March 2015, she was tapped to lead the Center for Government Excellence (GovEx) at Johns Hopkins University. As GovEx’s first Executive Director, Blauer and her team help governments make decisions and create policies rooted in evidence, transparent accountability, and citizen engagement. | | GovEx was created in partnership with Bloomberg... Read More →

Speakers
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Ivan Monzon-Natareno

Open Data Project Manager, Department of Innovation/IT, City of Providence
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Eric Ogburn

Director of Enterprise Information, City of New Orleans
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Denice Ross

Senior Advisor, Community Solutions, The White House Office of Management and Budget


Wednesday November 2, 2016 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Jr Ballroom 1 Second floor

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