Holding Law Enforcement Accountable: The Role of State Attorney Generals
Moderator: Lori Wilson, Atlanta News Anchor, WSBTV
Panelists: Letitia James, Attorney General, New York, Kwame Raoul, Attorney General, Illinois, Keith Ellison, Attorney General, Minnesota
Sponsor: Motorola Solutions, Inc.
The Growing Threat of Extremist Violence and Hate Crimes: What Can Be Done About It?
Moderator: Hassan Kanu, Legal Columnist, Reuters
Panelists: Jay Greenberg, Deputy Assistant Director, Criminal InvestigativeDivision, FBI, John Cohen, Assistant Secretary, Counterterrorism and ThreatPrevention, DHS, Jerika Richardson, Senior Vice President of EquitableJustice, National Urban League, Cynthia Deitle, Director, Associate GeneralCounsel, Civil Rights, Facebook, Gregory Ehrie, Vice President of LawEnforcement, ADL.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Closing the Gender Gaps in Law Enforcement Leadership
Moderator: Vera Bumpers, Chief of Police, Houston METRO
Panelists: Gregory Brown, Chief of Police, Leesburg Police Department, Anthony Holt, Chief of Police, Wayne State University Police Department, Patrick Labat, Sheriff, Fulton County Sheriff’s Office.
Sponsor: Thomson Reuters, Truist Financial Corporation
Implementing 21st Century Policing for Community Success Through the Lens of Polarities of Democracy
Moderator: Roy L. Austin, Jr., Vice President Civil Rights & Deputy General Counsel, Facebook, Former Deputy Assistant to President Barack Obama
Panelists: Dr. Joseph A. McMillan, Past NOBLE National President, Fellow, Institute for Polarities of Democracy, Dr. William J. Benet, Senior Fellow, Institute for Polarities of Democracy, Cliff Kayser, CEO, Senior Fellow, Institute for Polarities of Democracy, Dr. Bruce Strouble, Fellow, Institute for Polarities of Democracy.
Sponsor: Starbucks Coffee Company, Verizon Wireless
Public Trust and Law Enforcement Use of Force
Moderator: Steven Tompkins, Sheriff, Suffolk County Sheriff’sOffice.Panelists: Dr. RaShall M. Brackney, Chief of Police, Charlottesville Police Department, Mitchell Davis, President, Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, Jeffrey Glover, Chief of Police, Tempe Police Department, Chairman for the Arizona Commission on African American Affairs William Scott, Chief of Police, San Francisco Police Department
Sponsors: AT&T, General Motors, Niche
Reimagining Public Safety: New Policies, New Practices
Opening Speaker: Vanita Gupta, U.S. Associate Attorney General, Department of JusticeModerator: Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr., President and CEO, NNPA
Panelists: Craig Owens, Sheriff, Cobb County Sheriff’s Office, Jeri L. Williams, Chief of Police, Phoenix Police Department, Daniel Isom, Director of Public Safety, St. Louis, MO.
Sponsors: Everytown for Gun Safety, The Partnership for Safe Medicines, RAI Services Company, Truist Financial Corporation
A State of Emergency: Missing, Murdered and Unaccounted for Women
Moderator: Ama Dwimoh, Special Counsel to the Brookly Borough President, Chief Compliance/Privacy/EEO Officer
Panelists: Judith Harrison, Bureau Chief, NYPD Brooklyn Borough Patrol North, Darcia Parton-Scoon, Owner/Operator, Darcie Parton-Scoon Investigations, Advocate for MMIW (Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women); Asa Washines, Tribal Liaison, Washington State Attorney General’s Office.
Correctional Reform Is Here: What Do We Do When They Come Home?
Moderator: Garry McFadden, Sheriff, Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office
Panelists: Yolanda Smith, Executive Director of Public Safety, Tufts University, Raphael Washington, Sheriff, Wayne County Sheriff’s, Office, Marian Brown, Sheriff, Dallas County Sheriff’s Department, Ronda Guyton, Superintendent, Peoria County Sheriff’s Office, Peoria, Illinois,
Tanzanika Carter, Assistant Sheriff, San Francisco Sheriff’s Office.
Sponsors: Axon, AT&T, L3Harris Technologies
The Thin Black Line: The Cost of Being Black Behind the Badge (https://thethinblackline.net/)
Moderator: Vernon Green Jr., Movie Producer
Panelists: David Decatur, Sheriff, Stafford County Sheriff’s Office, Lee Peters, Captain, Stafford County Sheriff’s Office, Deuante Diggs, Lieutenant, Stafford County Sheriff’s Office
Sponsors: General Motors, Starbucks Coffee Company, Walmart
Police Unions: Prioritizing Citizens’ Rights, Police Rights, and Collective Bargaining Practices
Moderator: Marcia Conner, Executive Director, National Forum for Black Public Administrators
Panelists: Len Lucchi Esq, Nylen & Gilmore, Eric Carter, First Deputy Superintendent, Chicago Police Department, Patrick Yoes, National President, Fraternal Order of Police, Danielle Outlaw, Commissioner, Philadelphia Police Department, Kimberly Gardner, Circuit Attorney, St. Louis, MO.