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Right on Crime | February 1, 2011
How can we keep our streets safe in the face of budget reductions? How do we ensure young police recruits are not corrupted by Mexican drug cartels? The answer is to implement High Performance Policing techniques.
Dr. George Kelling, father of the “broken windows” theory of crime prevention, and William Bratton, the former New York City police chief who implemented that theory to great effect, have written a groundbreaking study for the Goldwater Institute aimed at improving the performance of police departments and minimizing the influence of drug cartels.
Please join Dr. Kelling and Chief Bratton as they discuss this important new study and explain how its recommendations can help keep our communities safe.
Wednesday, February 16
500 East Coronado Road
(one block north of McDowell, west of 7th Street)
Please RSVP here by Noon on Wednesday, February 9. This event is free of charge.