Kimberly Burke: Policing and the Social Psychology of Bias
Policing and the Social Psychology of Bias
How can we make sense of persistent racial disparities in police behavior in the absence of overt prejudice? Kimberly Burke offers insights into disparities in law enforcement outcomes from a social psychological perspective. Based on research from the Center for Policing Equity (CPE) and narratives from her experience training police departments across the country, Burke will highlight the promises and limitations of a social psychological approach to police reform. Burke is a PhD student in Sociology at UC Berkeley and an affiliated researcher at CPE.
The event takes place Monday, March 26, 2018 12:30-1:45PM at the Cuyahoga Community College Western Campus Theatre in Parma (Tri-C®).
The event is FREE and OPEN to the public. Reception to follow. Deaf interpreting available.
Sponsored by the Carol S. Franklin Social Science Speakers Series, Western Campus Division of Social Sciences and The Common Reading Program. To reserve a seat at the free event, go to http://www.trictickets.com and click on the link to the Social Sciences Speaker Series.
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Monday, March 26, 2018 at 12:30pm to 1:45pm
Western Campus Theatre
11000 West Pleasant Valley Road, Lot C, Parma, OH 44130, USA