The Future of Public Safety

John Jay College of Criminal Justice President Karol Mason led a discussion lifting up findings and recommendations from their new publication with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives. Attendees learned about new approaches and resources to create policing practices that ensure equal justice for everyone, along with examples of action from some of the nation’s most highly regarded police and public safety officials.


Karol Mason
President, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Nadine Gracia, MD, MSCE
Executive Vice President and COO, Trust for America’s Health

Candice Jones
President and CEO, Public Welfare Foundation 

Commissioner Danielle Outlaw
Police Commissioner, City of Philadelphia

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