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Press Releases November 17, 2022

Rutgers Miller Center Partners with the International March of the Living for the 2022 “Let There Be Light” Kristallnacht Commemoration in Dubai

The Miller Center for Policing Excellence and Community Resilience partnered with the International March of the Living for the 2022 “Let There Be Light” Kristallnacht Commemoration at the Crossroads of Civilizations Museum in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The purpose of the commemoration is to remember the past, but also to raise awareness about the current atmosphere of intolerance, prejudice, and racism that exists in the world today, by bringing together people of all faiths and backgrounds for an educational effort.

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Press Releases November 3, 2022

Rutgers Centers Will Use $2 Million Gift to Combine Efforts to Better Protect Vulnerable Populations

Senior university officials announced a $2 million gift and the creation of an endowed fund to enable the Rutgers Center on Policing and Rutgers University’s Miller Center on Community Protection and Resilience to combine their efforts to protect vulnerable populations and promote excellence in policing. The new combined center will be known as the Miller Center on Policing Excellence and Community Resilience and will be part of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.

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Press Releases August 23, 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.

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Op-ed August 8, 2022
Article from The Hill

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."

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Op-ed June 27, 2022
Article from Star-Ledger

Ex-N.J. attorney general: The abortion ruling strips 167M Americans of their rights

On Friday, for the first time in our history, more than half of Americans were stripped of a right that had been deemed fundamental for generations. Whatever else you conclude about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in "Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization," the stark reality for women is simple: their most intimate decisions about reproductive health are no longer even partially shielded from governmental intrusion by a fundamental constitutional right that has offered a modicum of protection for 50 years.

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