| August Tue, 2022
Rutgers Miller Center Partners with the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police to Host the National Symposium on Police Academies and Training
The Rutgers University Miller Center for Community Protection and Center on Policing is partnering with the Washington DC Metropolitan Police to host the National Symposium on Police Academies and Training this week (August 21 - 23) in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Miller Center’s Senior Fellow, Paul Goldenberg, is co-chairing the conference alongside Chief of Staff Marvin Haiman from the Washington D.C. Metro Police.
| August Mon, 2022
Russian Disinformation Campaigns and Online Conspiracy Networks Are Weaponizing Food Supply Anxieties
New research conducted in partnership by Rutgers University’s Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience and the Network Contagion Research Institute found that Russian disinformation actors and online conspiracy communities like QAnon are shifting their focus from anti-COVID vaccines to the looming food crisis.
| August Mon, 2022
Hate speech, privacy and the personal lives of public officials
The Hill published an op-ed written by Eagleton Director John J. Farmer, Jr. "In the meantime, the escalating threats to the lives of public officials, from federal judges and members of Congress to local election officials, require urgent action to address the common threads underlying those threats: easy access to private information on platforms that do little to discourage the proliferation of hate messaging that leads to real world targeting."
| May Thu, 2022
Flying blind through a pandemic
The Hill published an op-ed written by Eagleton Director John J. Farmer, Jr. "By choice, we have been flying blind throughout this entire pandemic... The pandemic stands as tragic proof. We may not have known the number of people infected at any given point, but as of this week, we do know a number that tolls the bell of our willful blindness: 1 million."