Strategies for Urban Crime Prevention in Connecticut, featuring New Haven Police Chief Dean Esserman
Wednesday, July 10, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (EDT)
New Haven, CT
About the Event
This event is part of the Connecticut Policy Institute's Lunch Briefing and Policy Discussion series. Each briefing features 15-20 minutes of remarks from a featured presenter, followed by a period of Q&A and open discussion. The briefings are free and open to the public -- attendees may either bring their own lunch, or purchase in advance a Panera salad or sandwich through the Connecticut Policy Institute for $12.00.
This briefing, co-sponsored with Gateway Community College, will discuss strategies for urban crime prevention in Connecticut. It will review what is already being done well, as well as policies and programs that could be enacted at the state and / or city level to prevent and combat crime more effectively.
About the Presenter
Dean M. Esserman is the Chief of Police in New Haven, CT. He has had a long and distinguished career in law enforcement, having served previously as the police chief in Providence, RI; Stamford, CT; and at the NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Metro-North Police Department. Chief Esserman has also served as a Clinical Visiting Lecturer of Law at Yale Law School, Distinguished Executive in Residence / Visiting Scholar at Roger Williams School of Law and the School of Justice Studies, and a Fellow at the Yale University Child Study Center. He has a bachelor's degree from Dartmouth College and a J.D. from NYU Law School.
The briefing will take place in New Haven, CT at Gateway Community College on July 10, 2013, beginning at 12:00 PM. The discussion will end no later than 1:30 PM.
When & Where
Connecticut Policy Institute
The Connecticut Policy Institute (CPI) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit research organization dedicated to developing responsible, research driven public policy for Connecticut. The Institute also seeks to provide citizens easy access to a broad range of thoughtful analysis and other reliable information on politics and state government.
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