Professor Stephanie Blondell Presents "Race and Policing: Design Interventions" -- The Ohio State University
Professor Stephanie Blondell spoke at The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution's symposium "Rethinking Systems Design for Racial Justice" on a panel titled "Race and Policing: Design Intervention." The session highlighted two initiatives that imbed dispute resolution concepts in urban law enforcement training, which was commented on by a former police chief. The panel took place on March 11 during the second part of a three-part symposium series presented in a partnership between The Ohio State University Divided Community Project, the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program, and Stanford Law School’s Gould Center for Conflict Resolution.
From The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law:
The symposium series will feature national and international practitioners, academics, activists, and other stakeholders to share experiences, challenges, resources, and strategies to tackle these difficult issues. Symposium contributions will be subsequently published in a double symposium issue of the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution.
Additional information may be found at Moritz College of Law