CPSJ’s “Procedural Justice for Communities: A Dialouge-to-Change”
August 21, 2018
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
412 S. Peoria Street, Chicago, IL 60612
Procedural Justice for Communities: A Dialogue-to-Change workshop provides law enforcement with the opportunity to come together with community members in a different way to learn together about procedural justice and its applications in their community. The dialogue structure levels the power differential typically present in a traditional community meeting. Rather than one party teaching or explaining to the other, participants learn from, and about, one another. Through guided activities and conversations, skilled law enforcement and community facilitators create an environment to apply the lens of procedural justice to local public safety issues. The ultimate goal of the dialogue is to lay the foundation for increasing mutual trust, enhancing the community’s perspective of police legitimacy and lessening the “us vs. them” attitude that can exist between law enforcement and the community.
Crafted to be the final piece of the COPS Office Procedural Justice Four-part Training Series, this 4-hour workshop is a
strategy to propel future conversations necessary for long-term change co-created with community.
Hosted by UIC Police Department
August 21, 2018 from 11:00am- 2:00pm CST located in
CUPPA Hall Student Center Floor G
412 S. Peoria Street Chicago, IL 60607
To RSVP this workshop, please contact our National Training Coordinator:
BreAnna Moss, CPSJ National Training Coordinator | firstname.lastname@example.org | 312-355-1214
Aug 9, 2018
Aug 9, 2018