Ethics of Policing Panel
A panel discussion exploring what ethical principles should guide policy and law in promoting public safety.
New York University Press recently released The Ethics of Policing: New Perspectives on Law Enforcement, the result of a conference hosted by the Rock Ethics Institute that featured leading scholars in Black studies, criminology, history, law, politics, and other fields. This panel uses that book as a starting point to explore what ethical principles should guide policy and law in promoting public safety, especially in light of concerns raised by protest movements like Black Lives Matter.
- Gopal Balachandran, Assistant Professor of Clinical Law
- Eleanor Brown, Professor of Law and International Affairs and Senior Scientist in the Rock Ethics Institute
- Ben Jones, Assistant Director of the Rock Ethics Institute
- Megan Kurlychek, Professor of Sociology, Criminology, and Public Policy (moderator)
- Eduardo Mendieta, Professor of Philosophy
In accordance with Penn State policy, all individuals are required to wear face masks inside all campus buildings, regardless of their vaccination status.
Thursday, November 11, 2021 at 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Foster Auditorium, 102 Paterno Library