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NextGenTalks: The Future of Policing

NextGenTalks: The Future of Policing

By NextGenTalks: The Future of Policing

In this 10 part series, Gen Z’ers talk with experts, thought leaders, opinionmakers and leaders in racial justice, academia, activist organizations and law enforcement, to unpack the issues related to policing in America from different perspectives.

This video podcast series is hosted by the National Gen Z and Millennial Community (NMC) as a part of Project: Young Americans for a Safer Community --- a project of nonprofit: Engage Public Safety.
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NextGenTalks: What About Your Friends? Allies in the Movement for Racial Equity in Policing
NextGenTalks: What About Your Friends? Allies in the Movement for Racial Equity in Policing
This conversation will discuss the concept of allyship in the movement for racial equity in policing, and offer analysis and observations on how communities came together during the protests of summer 2020. Coverage may include discussions related to broader race issues in America in general, but the conversation will focus on the context of the need for racial equity in policing and the criminal justice system. The goal of this conversation will be to help audiences understand how to be an effective ally and why allyship is important in this context. -- In this 10 part series, Gen Z’ers talk with experts, thought leaders, opinionmakers and leaders in racial justice, academia, activist organizations and law enforcement, to unpack the issues related to policing in America from different perspectives. This video podcast series is hosted by the National Gen Z and Millennial Community (NMC) as a part of Project: Young Americans for a Safer Community --- a project of nonprofit: Engage Public Safety.
49:28
March 22, 2021
NextGenTalks: Double Standard? NextGen's Take on Law Enforcement Response to the Capitol Riots
NextGenTalks: Double Standard? NextGen's Take on Law Enforcement Response to the Capitol Riots
This conversation will unpack law enforcement’s response to the Capitol riots on January 6, 2021. The conversation will stay away from discussions related to presidential or partisan politics, and instead, focus on observations and analysis of law enforcement’s response to the incident. All panelists will be Gen Z thinkers, influencers and podcasters, and the conversation will be an opportunity to dialogue, ask each other questions, spur critical thinking and openly discuss thoughts and reactions to the events of that historic day. -- In this 10 part series, Gen Z’ers talk with experts, thought leaders, opinionmakers and leaders in racial justice, academia, activist organizations and law enforcement, to unpack the issues related to policing in America from different perspectives. This video podcast series is hosted by the National Gen Z and Millennial Community (NMC) as a part of Project: Young Americans for a Safer Community --- a project of nonprofit: Engage Public Safety.
01:17:29
March 22, 2021
NextGenTalks: Is There An Us vs. Them? Understanding Police Culture
NextGenTalks: Is There An Us vs. Them? Understanding Police Culture
This conversation will unpack the different aspects and themes of police culture and its contribution to some of the problems we see in policing. Coverage will include a discussion around the “Warrior vs. Guardian” mentality, the “Thin Blue Line”, and the “militarization” of police. The focus will be on aspects of police culture that keep the profession stuck, resistant to change, and cause friction with the communities they’re serving. -- In this 10 part series, Gen Z’ers talk with experts, thought leaders, opinionmakers and leaders in racial justice, academia, activist organizations and law enforcement, to unpack the issues related to policing in America from different perspectives. This video podcast series is hosted by the National Gen Z and Millennial Community (NMC) as a part of Project: Young Americans for a Safer Community --- a project of nonprofit: Engage Public Safety.
01:08:22
March 22, 2021
NextGenTalks: Can We Do Better? Confronting Racial Bias in Policing
NextGenTalks: Can We Do Better? Confronting Racial Bias in Policing
This conversation will explore the issue of racism and racial bias within policing in America, and feature the work of CPE. CPE will have an opportunity to give an overview of its mission, its work and its case studies. Topic coverage will include how police departments deal with racial bias, how it can be rooted out of policing, how likely it is for reform to happen, and data/research that can help give the audience perspective on the problem. -- In this 10 part series, Gen Z’ers talk with experts, thought leaders, opinionmakers and leaders in racial justice, academia, activist organizations and law enforcement, to unpack the issues related to policing in America from different perspectives. This video podcast series is hosted by the National Gen Z and Millennial Community (NMC) as a part of Project: Young Americans for a Safer Community --- a project of nonprofit: Engage Public Safety.
49:36
March 22, 2021
NextGenTalks: Is Change Possible? Community-Led Changemakers in Action
NextGenTalks: Is Change Possible? Community-Led Changemakers in Action
This conversation will feature community-led programs and initiatives that serve as solutions to some of the hotly debated policing issues of today. Three program examples of alternatives to policing / overpolicing will be discussed: (1) The STAR Program in Denver (2) the “5 Days Without Police” Experiment and (3) the Los Angeles County Mental Health Evaluation Team (MET) Program. -- In this 10 part series, Gen Z’ers talk with experts, thought leaders, opinionmakers and leaders in racial justice, academia, activist organizations and law enforcement, to unpack the issues related to policing in America from different perspectives. This video podcast series is hosted by the National Gen Z and Millennial Community (NMC) as a part of Project: Young Americans for a Safer Community --- a project of nonprofit: Engage Public Safety.
43:03
March 22, 2021
NextGenTalks: For Us, By Us? Reforming Police Policies with Community Voices
NextGenTalks: For Us, By Us? Reforming Police Policies with Community Voices
This conversation will explore several policy changes the community is demanding to reimagine how policing is done in America. Coverage to include topics such as qualified immunity, duty to intervene, what it takes to enact large scale police reform, and a breakdown of how policy changes actually happen within cities. -- In this 10 part series, Gen Z’ers talk with experts, thought leaders, opinionmakers and leaders in racial justice, academia, activist organizations and law enforcement, to unpack the issues related to policing in America from different perspectives. This video podcast series is hosted by the National Gen Z and Millennial Community (NMC) as a part of Project: Young Americans for a Safer Community --- a project of nonprofit: Engage Public Safety.
56:58
March 22, 2021
NextGenTalks: Is the Struggle Real? The Black Cop Perspective
NextGenTalks: Is the Struggle Real? The Black Cop Perspective
This conversation will delve into the unique perspectives of Black law enforcement officials, their learnings, their struggles, and their take on how policing can improve in America. Panelists are encouraged to share their personal stories and lived experience. -- In this 10 part series, Gen Z’ers talk with experts, thought leaders, opinionmakers and leaders in racial justice, academia, activist organizations and law enforcement, to unpack the issues related to policing in America from different perspectives. This video podcast series is hosted by the National Gen Z and Millennial Community (NMC) as a part of Project: Young Americans for a Safer Community --- a project of nonprofit: Engage Public Safety.
56:33
March 21, 2021
NextGenTalks: Police Training on Trial: Do Officers Need More Training, or Is Training Not the Answer?
NextGenTalks: Police Training on Trial: Do Officers Need More Training, or Is Training Not the Answer?
This conversation will unpack how police training, or lack of training has an impact on our communities. Hot training topics to explore include national standards for police training, Implicit Bias training and De-escalation training, along with questions about if training can help reduce police violence in Black and Brown communities. -- In this 10 part series, Gen Z’ers talk with experts, thought leaders, opinionmakers and leaders in racial justice, academia, activist organizations and law enforcement, to unpack the issues related to policing in America from different perspectives. This video podcast series is hosted by the National Gen Z and Millennial Community (NMC) as a part of Project: Young Americans for a Safer Community --- a project of nonprofit: Engage Public Safety.
53:58
March 21, 2021
NextGenTalks: Who Polices the Police? Breaking Down the Challenges to Police Accountability and Transparency
NextGenTalks: Who Polices the Police? Breaking Down the Challenges to Police Accountability and Transparency
This conversation will explore the realities and challenges behind why it seems like police officers are not held accountable for misconduct and what we can do to change that. Coverage will include the roles different stakeholders play in keeping cops accountable (the police chief, police unions, the District Attorney, elected officials, etc.), body cameras as an accountability tool, why transparency is an issue within policing, and the topic of a national registry for police misconduct. -- In this 10 part series, Gen Z’ers talk with experts, thought leaders, opinionmakers and leaders in racial justice, academia, activist organizations and law enforcement, to unpack the issues related to policing in America from different perspectives. This video podcast series is hosted by the National Gen Z and Millennial Community (NMC) as a part of Project: Young Americans for a Safer Community --- a project of nonprofit: Engage Public Safety.
48:24
March 21, 2021
NextGenTalks: Take it to the Streets, Defund the Police: Pros and Cons of the Defund Movement
NextGenTalks: Take it to the Streets, Defund the Police: Pros and Cons of the Defund Movement
This conversation will unpack the pros and cons of the defund movement and how it’s impacting community safety. Coverage will include the various definitions of “defund”, examples of how defunding can be an effective solution, examples of the actual impact of the defund movement on a police department, the vision and intended outcomes of the defund movement and any unintended consequences/implications. -- In this 10 part series, Gen Z’ers talk with experts, thought leaders, opinionmakers and leaders in racial justice, academia, activist organizations and law enforcement, to unpack the issues related to policing in America from different perspectives.    This video podcast series is hosted by the National Gen Z and Millennial Community (NMC) as a part of Project: Young Americans for a Safer Community --- a project of nonprofit: Engage Public Safety.
01:31:22
March 21, 2021