| December Wed, 2023
Diversity in law enforcement remains elusive in New Jersey
John Farmer Jr., director of the Miller Center on Policing and Community Resilience at Rutgers University and a former state attorney general, said police departments need to work more diligently to recruit more officers of different races and more women.
| August Wed, 2023
Rutgers University’s Miller Center, GCLETE, and Metropolitan Police Convene Critical Forum on the Future of Law Enforcement Training, Recruitment, and Retention
Rutgers University’s Miller Center on Policing and Community Resilience (Miller Center), the Global Consortium of Law Enforcement Training Executives (GCLETE), and the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, DC, jointly hosted the Police Academies and Training Symposium to explore innovative partnerships, initiatives, technologies, best practices, and methodologies for the continued professionalization of policing.
| April Fri, 2023
Rutgers Miller Center hosts Emergent Threats Roundtable
The Miller Center on Policing and Community Resilience is hosting a virtual roundtable discussion on May 1, 2023 at 1pm EST about an alarming increase in physical attacks on U.S. electric utilities and disinformation about the power grid. Experts in law enforcement, government, and private industry will discuss the grid, its security, recent attacks on infrastructure, best practices for law enforcement, and public-private information sharing.
| April Mon, 2023
International Law Enforcement Leaders Issue Declaration Against Extremism and Hate at March of the Living in Poland
Today, for the first time ever, an intercontinental delegation of chiefs of police and sheriffs are convening in Krakow, Poland, to participate in the International March of the Living, a formal remembrance of the horrors of the Holocaust. The annual event, which began in 1988, is taking place this year from 17-19 April 2023. The delegation issued a formal declaration against antisemitism, extremism, hatred, and intolerance.