2016 Ethics Symposium: The Ethics of Policing – Session 1
This session is “Police Militarization and Its Impact on Minority Groups” presented by Abigail Hall Blanco, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Tampa.
0:00:36 Kyle Swan
0:04:22 Christina Bellon
0:08:00 Gregory McCormac
0:11:13 Torrence Powell
Session 1 Speaker – Abigail Hall Blanco
0:25:00 History of Police and Military
0:32:20 The Role of Crisis
0:34:20 The Ratchet Effect
0:35:45 The Economics of Bureaucracy
0:47:00 Military Cooperation with Law Enforcement
0:55:00 Militarization and Race
Comments from the Panel
1:06:50 Keith J. Staten
1:14:03 Russell DiSilvestro
1:16:25 Questions from the Audience
11th Annual Fall Ethics Symposium – The Ethics of Policing
Criminal justice reform is on the minds of many American citizens, and especially concerns about the use of aggressive tactics by law enforcement officers. In cities all over the country, law enforcement officers find themselves under intense scrutiny and criticism in the wake of several highly publicized and tragic instances of alleged police misconduct. How did we get into the current situation? What can we do to promote the morally best behavior in officers, the morally best outcomes for the communities they serve, and the morally best structures for accountability and reform?
This symposium series is presented by Cosumnes River College (http://crc.losrios.edu) and California State University, Sacramento (http://www.csus.edu).
For more information about the Ethics Symposium series, please visit: http://www.csus.edu/cppe