Most of us think of police policy-making as done by the legislature, or perhaps by the police. In either case, the goal is to provide a democratic process to determine best practices for the police, balancing their interests
against the public interest. Increasingly, however, the police are obtaining boilerplate policy from private policy-makers whose primary role is to indemnify the police against lawsuits. This leaves the public interest out of the equation.
Join a panel of experts for a discussion on the trivatization of police policymaking and its effect on the public.
• Ingrid Eagly, UCLA School of Law
• Max Huntsman, Inspector General, L.A. County Sheriff’s Department
• Joanna Schwartz, UCLA School of Law
• Brian Williams, Executive Director of the Civilian Oversight Commission
MODERATOR: Eric J. Miller, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
Tuesday, January 30 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Loyola Law School, Lack Reading Room