Policing from a Cop’s Point of View
We live in a climate of opinion that is highly critical of the police: charges of racism, brutality, procedural irregularity and the like abound. But what is the experience of working police officers? How do they experience what they deal with on the job, and what do they think about the criticisms commonly made of them?
- Louis Mignone - Detective, West Orange Police Department
- Julie Ann Zeigler - Sergeant, Rutherford Police Department
- John Russo - Chief of Police, Rutherford Police Department
- John Link - former Chief of Police, Clifton Police Department
Moderator: Irfan Khawaja, Associate Professor of Philosophy.
If you have questions, please email Dr. Khawaja.
Co-sponsored by the Felician Institute for Ethics and Public Affairs and the Pre-Law Program.
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