Global Lessons in Police Reform
September 16, 2020 – The U.S. is in the midst of a national conversation on police reform and racial justice. What can we learn from policing in other nations? What models of policing have succeeded – or failed – around the world?
We’re joined by Dr. Laurence Ralph, professor of Anthropology at Princeton University, to discuss his latest article in Foreign Affairs and how the conversation on police reform in the U.S. can be informed by lessons from around the world. Moderated by Megan Clark Torrey, CEO.
LAURENCE RALPH, PH.D.,
Professor of Anthropology, Princeton University