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THE ROLE OF CONFLICT MANAGEMENT SKILLS IN POLICING

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New York Law School ADR Skills Program and the Center for New York City Law Present THE ROLE OF CONFLICT MANAGEMENT SKILLS IN POLICING

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This panel will address programs to train New York City police to divert selected community interventions to mediation and other non-confrontational processes.

Speakers:

Prof. Kirk Burkhalter, New York Law School

Susan Herman, former Deputy Commissioner, Collaborative Policing in the New York City Police Department

Det. Jeff Thompson, PhD, New York Police Department Mental Health & Wellness Coordinator

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Prof. Maria Volpe, Director of the CUNY Dispute Resolution Center at John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Date: Thursday February 17, 2022

Time: 5:30 – 6:50 p.m.

Place: Zoom platform hosted by New York Law School

Cost: Free of charge

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CLE: 1.5 credits in Professional Practice*

*Transitional and Non-Transitional

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The Alternative Dispute Resolution Skills Program at New York Law School prepares students to intelligently anticipate, avoid, manage and resolve client disputes in an efficient and commercially rational manner, while also providing education, training and resources to the greater legal and business community.

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