Lessons Learned Conference on the Milwaukee Homicide Review Approach to Violence Prevention
Nicole Powell, New Orleans Police Department, Tracey Rizzuto, Louisiana State University, and Hillar Moore, East Baton Rouge District Attorney’s Office, listening as Milwaukee panelists share their experiences
Mallory O’Brien, Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission, provides of overview of the Homicide Review model
Meeting participants at the Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission Lessons Learned Event in Washington, D.C. on September 7, 2017
Richard Garland, University of Pittsburgh, Rob Schupansky, Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office, and Kevin Stamp, New Orleans Police Department listen to cities share their experience with the Homicide Review model
Michael Sullivan, Louisville Metropolitan Police Department, discusses violence prevention strategies in Louisville
Bryan Roach, Chief of Police at Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, and Dan Carew, King County Prosecuting Attorney Office, listen to other cities reporting their violence prevention efforts
Some participants from the Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission Lessons Learned Event in Washington, D.C.
Jimmie Turner, New Orleans Police Department, and Lavonnie Bickerstaff, Pittsburgh Police Department networking
Tracey Rizzuto, Louisiana State University, and Nicole Powell, New Orleans Police Department, connecting with each other
Ed McGarrell, Michigan State University, and Karen Loebel, Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office discussing Detroit and Milwaukee’s violence prevention strategies
Orrin Gallop, Hampton Police Division, Kayla Hicks, Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence, Tetaun Moffett, Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence, and Cassandra Crifasi, Johns Hopkins University connecting during a break
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