Special Edition of the Public Safety Director's Spotlight

Missouri Attorney General's Urban Crime Summit in St. Louis

September 16, 2013 | 2 min reading time

Public Safety Director's Spotlight on the Attorney General's Urban Crime Summit

This morning Attorney General Chris Koster convened the first Urban Crime Summit in Kansas City to examine best practices to reduce crime in both Kansas City and St. Louis and to devise proposals for meaningful policy reform.  The final two days of the summit will be held this Wednesday and Thursday in St. Louis.  At the end of the summit, organizers will prepare an action agenda for legislation to keep people safe.

The summit is open to the public.  Below is the agenda for your convenience in attending presentations of interest to you and to give your input for workable solutions to reducing crime.

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S URBAN CRIME SUMMIT

September 16 – 19, 2013

Wednesday, September 18, 2013St. Louis

Saint Louis University School of Law, Courtroom

100 N. Tucker Blvd, St. Louis, MO  63101

Parking:  Public pay lots are located at:9  th & Olive; Park Pacific, Tucker & 9th; and Tucker & St. Charles.  Limited 2-hour metered street parking is available.

Registration: All visitors will need to check in with security at the front desk to receive a name tag, before taking elevators to the 12th Floor courtroom.

9:05 – 9:15  Welcome & Panel Introductions

Attorney General Chris Koster

9:15 – 9:30   Welcome & Statement of the Problem

 St. Louis City Mayor Francis Slay

 St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley

9:30 – 9:45  Challenges of Urban Crime in St. Louis

 SLMPD Police Chief Sam Dotson

 St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch

9:45 – 10:00  Gang Violence in St. Louis

 Detective Jerod Breit, SLMPD

10:00 – 10:45  Youth Employment Programs to Reduce Crime

Jonathan Davis, University of Chicago Crime Lab

 Bridget Flood, Regional Youth Violence Prevention Task Force

10:45 – 10:55  Break

10:55 – 11:30  Public Safety and Mental Health Resources

 Dale Glass, St. Louis Corrections Commissioner

 Daniel E. Isom, E. Desmond Lee Professor of Policing and the Community, UMSL

11:30 – 11:45  Dale Glass, Daniel Isom – Panel Discussion

11:45 – 12:15  Media Availability

11:45– 1:00 Lunch break

1:00 – 1:45   Effective Policing: Where We Have Been, and Where We Are Going

 William J. Bratton, Chairman and CEO, The Bratton Group; Chairman and CEO, Bratton Technologies; Former Commissioner of New York Police Department and Police Chief of Los Angeles

1:45 – 1:55   Break

1:55 – 3:00  William J. Bratton - Panel Discussion


Thursday, September 19, 2013St. Louis

Saint Louis University School of Law, Courtroom

100 N. Tucker Blvd, St. Louis, MO  63101

Parking:  Public pay lots are located at:  9th & Olive; Park Pacific, Tucker & 9th; and Tucker & St. Charles.  Limited 2-hour metered street parking is available.

Registration: All visitors will need to check in with security at the front desk to receive a name tag, before taking elevators to the 12th Floor courtroom.

9:05 – 9:15   Welcome & Panel Introductions

Attorney General Koster

9:15 – 10:15  St. Louis Armed Offender Docket/High Bond

Jennifer Joyce, Circuit Attorney

Judge John Garvey, 22nd Judicial Circuit

Richard Rosenfeld, Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice, UMSL

10:15 – 10:45  Jennifer Joyce, Judge John Garvey, Richard Rosenfeld– Panel Discussion

10:45 – 10:55  Break

10:55 - 11:30  Stop, Question & Frisk

 Richard Rosenfeld, Professor of Criminology &

Criminal Justice, UMSL

11:30 – 11:45  Richard Rosenfeld - Panel Discussion

11:45– 12:15  Media Availability

11:45– 1:00  Lunch break

1:00 – 1:45  New York City's Experience: Policing Strategies & Crime Prevention

Franklin E. Zimring, Berkeley Law, William G. Simon Professor of Law

1:45 – 1:55  Break

1:55 – 2:30  Franklin Zimring – Panel Discussion

2:30  Closing Remarks

 

Charlene Deeken

Director of Public Safety

City of St. Louis

  • Department:
    Department of Public Safety
  • Topic:
    Law
    Safety
    and Justice

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