August 5, 2020
90-minute presentation includes a Q&A session
CLE: 1.5 Credits
The death of George Floyd has brought renewed attention to calls for reform to the justice system and to law enforcement. One of the most critical elements of any plan forward will center around building relationships between police and the youth in the communities they serve. This webinar will feature two former prosecutors who are currently on the front lines working to improve practices and help law enforcement officers can work together with community members to prevent and respond to violence. George Mosee, Executive Director of the Philadelphia Anti-Drug and Anti-Violence Network and Fred Watts, Executive Director of the Police Athletic League of NY, will provide an overview of their work and provide concrete examples of programming that can make a difference. Rhonda McKitten also joins to discuss her work with youth.
George Mosee, Philadelphia Anti-Drug and Anti-Violence Network
Rhonda McKitten, Stoneleigh Fellow Youth Policy and Training Specialist
Fred Watts, Police Athletic League of NY
Susan Broderick, Senior Attorney, NDAA
Continuing Legal Education Credits: 1.5 hours
NDAA did not apply for CLE credits for this course. All attorneys seeking CLE credit should contact their state bar associations for more information. General questions or additional information regarding CLE credit can be directed to Project Coordinator Metria Hernandez.
National District Attorneys Association
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Arlington, VA 22202