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CEP Public Events

Hosted with the Becker Friedman Institute for Economics at the University of Chicago

Stakeholder discussion: Informing modern policing

Various speakers

Friday 04 June 2021 13:00 - 14:00


About this event

As part of the Chicago/LSE conference on the economics of crime and justice, we are organising an outreach event where we will briefly summarise the findings of two research projects - one on the impact of single vs. double crewing, and one on Race, based on US data. The event is open and free for all, but will require prior registration so we can send you the link.


Chair: Tom Kirchmaier.

13:00 - Stephen Machin: Productivity and teamwork: crew size effects in policing.
13:05 - Comments by Commander Alex Murray, Metropolitan Police Service.
13:10 - Questions and Answers.
13:30 - Carly Will Sloan: Does race matter for police use of force? Evidence from 911 calls.
13:40 - Comments by Keith Fraser, Commissioner on the Commission in Race and Ethnic Disparities.
13:45 - Questions and Answers.
14:00 - Close
Becker Friedman Institute University of Chicago

Participants are expected to adhere to the CEP Events Code of Conduct.