Seattle University's Criminal Justice Department, along with other members of the Seattle community, met on October 11th, 2016 for a discussion of issues related to:
This event incorporated multiple perspectives from community members, law enforcement, and Seattle University faculty.
Where: Pigott Auditorium, Seattle University Campus
When: Tuesday, October 11th, 2016; 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Speakers: Members of Seattle community
Jorge Reyes Alvarez Delcastillo -- Adjunct Faculty, Seattle University Department of Psychology
Rex Caldwell -- Operations Division Manager, Washington State Criminal Justice Training Academy
Felicia Cross -- Chair, Seattle Police Department's African American Community Advisory Committee
Gerald Hankerson -- President, NAACP - Seattle-King County and NAACP-State Conference Alaska/Oregon/Washington
Matthew Hickman -- Faculty, Seattle University Department of Criminal Justice
Les Liggins -- Captain, Seattle Police Department
James McCarty -- Seattle University Campus Minister for Social Justice; Adjunct Faculty, School of Theology & Ministry
Al O'Brien -- Adjunct Faculty, Seattle University Department of Criminal Justice; Washington State House of Representatives
Stephen Rice -- Faculty, Seattle University Department of Criminal Justice
Kshama Sawant -- Councilmember District 3, Seattle City Council
Cynthia Softli -- President, Black Law Enforcement Association of America (BLEAW), Community Corrections Officer, WA Department of Corrections
Perry Tarrant -- Assistant Chief, Seattle Police Department
Andre Taylor -- Chairman, Not This Time
John Vinson -- Chief, University of Washington Police Department; Adjunct Faculty Seattle University Department of Criminal Justice
Please email questions you have about these topics to email@example.com. SU students curated the questions submitted and posed selected questions to the panel of speakers.
Sponsored by The Department of Criminal Justice & The Wismer Center for Faculty Diversity and Inclusion