Roundtable: Policing During a Pandemic

Arizona State University's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, School of Social Work, and Morrison Institute for Public Policy hosted a virtual roundtable conversation on April 16, 2020, to discuss how COVID-19 is affecting police work. This discussion was scheduled as a special session of an ASU “Introduction to Criminal Justice” class taught by Professor Jesse Weins.

Panelists:
Chuck Katz, ASU Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Jill Messing, ASU Professor of Social Work

Sylvia Moir, Chief of the Tempe Police Department and president of the board of directors of the Police Executive Research Forum

Jerry Oliver, ASU Professor of Practice and former police chief in Detroit, Richmond and Pasadena

Bob Robson, ASU Professor of Practice and former speaker pro tempore of the Arizona House of Representatives

Moderator:
Tom Jackman of The Washington Post

Host:
Jon Gould, Director, ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

SEE THE VIDEO
Running time: 1:01:23

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