A National Conversation on Police and Community Interactions on Historically Black College and University Campuses

Summarizes the forum,A National Conversation on Police and Community Interactions on HBCU Campuses, held August 30-31, 2016 at Howard University in Washington, D.C. The forum brought together student and police chiefs/campus safety executives (chiefs) representation from mostly HBCU campuses representing a broad geographic distribution of the United States. The primary purpose of the forum was to identify gaps in perception between students and public safety officials and to build a framework to help the campus community bridge those gaps.

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National Center for Campus Public Safety, Historically Black Colleges and Universities Law Enforcement Executives and Administrators
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