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The Role of Intelligence-Led Policing and Community Policing in an Age of Structural Police Reform: France, Taiwan, and the United States, in Counterpoint

Event Type
Seminar/Symposium
Sponsor
Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies at the University of Illinois, the European Union Center, the Illinois Program in Criminal Law and Procedure, and the Illinois Program in Constitutional Theory, History, and Law
Virtual
wifi event
Date
Feb 12, 2021   3:00 pm  
E-Mail
eucenter@illinois.edu
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The University of Illinois College of Law and its Program in Comparative Criminal Procedure and Policing, Jacqueline E. Ross, Director present:
 
The Role of Intelligence-Led Policing and Community Policing in an Age of Structural Police Reform: France, Taiwan, and the United States, in Counterpoint
 
February 12
3 p.m. (CST)
 
Join via Zoom
https://illinois.zoom.us/j/85415530709?pwd=VDZGQmMyaEZZNUsrSjlOTUI4Vy9HZz09
Meeting ID: 854 1553 0709
Password: 001169
 
Speakers
Jeffrey Martin
Associate Professor
University of Illinois, Department of Anthropology
 
Jacqueline E. Ross
Prentice H. Marshall Professor of Law
University of Illinois College of Law
 
Stephen Rushin
Associate Professor
Loyola University of Chicago, School of Law
 
Thierry Delpeuch
CNRS, Grenoble, Department of Sociology
 
Commentators
Jason Mazzone
Albert E. Jenner Junior Professor of Law
Director, Illinois Program in Constitutional Theory, History, and Law
University of Illinois College of Law
 
Margareth Etienne
Professor and Nancy Snowden Research Scholar in Law 
University of Illinois College of Law
 
Chair
Andrew Leipold
Edwin M. Adams Professor of Law
Director, Illinois Program in Criminal Law and Procedure
University of Illinois College of Law

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