Commissioner Bratton will be interviewed by Randy Cohen, former NY Times columnist and host of public radio show Person Place Thing - recorded in front of a live audience. The interview will be followed by Q&A where select attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions. Click here for details and to register for the event.
he curtain will rise on March 1 for Act Two of John Jay College’s year-long initiative “Bridging the Divide: Re-imagining Police-Community Relations,” with a panel discussion on Gender, Sexuality and Policing.
The spring semester will provide a busy and fulfilling schedule of events as part of the series initiated by President Jeremy Travis to bring together various stakeholders for a constructive public discourse on best practices for improving relations between law enforcement and the people it serves.
John Jay alumna Lovely Warren (B.A. ’00), Mayor of Rochester, NY, was recently honored as a Distinguished Alumnus by The City University of New York. Chancellor James B. Milliken presented the award to Mayor Warren, as well as other prominent CUNY alumni, at the annual CUNY and Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic and Asian Legislative Caucus Luncheon/Program on February 13.
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