This semester's discussion is themed "Future of Policing in America; Building Trust Between the Police and the Citizens they Serve."
WHAT: This semester's installment of the Difficult Dialogues discussion series will focus on the future of policing in America.
WHEN: 3 p.m. Monday (Oct. 26)
WHERE: Student Union Building – Red Raider Lounge
WHO: The Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center at Texas Tech University is hosting the fall installment of its "Difficult Dialogues" series. This semester's discussion, "Future of Policing in America; Building Trust Between the Police and the Citizens they Serve," will include a panel with several law enforcement professionals as well as students, faculty and staff.
The event will be moderated by John Delony, associate dean of Texas Tech School of Law. Panel members will include Chief Kyle Bonath of the Texas Tech Police Department, Maj. Bryan Rippee of Texas Department of Public Safety, Sgt. Scott Stephenson of Texas DPS and Brionne Dunham of Justice Together. Refreshments will be provided.
CONTACT: Sarah Shiver, director, Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center, Texas Tech University, (806) 834-8094 or firstname.lastname@example.org