Dream realized or deferred?
Panel discussion hosted by University Department of Public Safety
Wednesday, February 8, 6-7:30 p.m. | J. Willard Marriott Library, Gould Auditorium
Campus policing continues to be top of mind for students, faculty, and staff on the University of Utah campus. This event is a continuation of the listening tour and campus outreach efforts led by Keith Squires, chief safety officer, U Department of Public Safety.
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Panelists at the February 8 event will discuss policing in the post George Floyd era: What has changed in law enforcement and what hasn’t? Do we need police? After the protests, can we come together to discuss meaningful and lasting change? Panelists and attendees will discuss and answer questions on where policing needs to go, what has changed at the University of Utah, and what do we, as a society, do now.
- Keith D. Squires, chief safety officer, University of Utah Department of Public Safety
- Jason Hinojosa, interim chief of police, University of Utah Department of Public Safety
- Keith Embray, executive director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, University of Utah Athletics
- Nahum Tadesse, lead presidential intern, University of Utah
- Muskan Walia, Department of Public Safety intern, University of Utah