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Mon, Jul 27


SFJ Forum Series

The Legalities, Policies, And Laws In Times Of Injustice

Part of the SFJ Forum series leading to the SFJ Symposium for Conscious Law Enforcement and Inclusive Practices.

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The Legalities, Policies, And Laws In Times Of Injustice
The Legalities, Policies, And Laws In Times Of Injustice

Time and Location

Jul 27, 2020, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

SFJ Forum Series

About the Event

Join us for this Free Forum sponsored by Strategies for Justice

The topic of today is  The Legalities, policies, and laws in times of injustice 

Each guest panelists panelist has a legal and law enforcement background and deals with cases of police criminology.  

Ken Williams is a former Boston-area homicide detective and expert witness consultant in wrongful death cases. Mr. Williams is retained by civil rights attorneys to evaluate and render unbiased opinions in officer-involved shootings and other deaths. He has appeared as a subject matter expert in print and television media and has been featured as a public speaker at law schools and community forums. Mr. Williams also performs a public service for non-profits and families in need by providing an unbiased opinion review waving fees. To read more about Mr. Williams and his services visit 

Jonathan Newton, Esq.  is a former police officer who was wrongfully accused of serious crimes. After this experience, he became a lawyer to fight for justice.  Mr. Newton practices focus on Police Misconduct, Civil Rights, amongst other criminal defenses.  Mr. Newton is also the sitting president of the National Association Against Police Brutality (NAAPB) whose mission is to eliminate incidents of police brutality through proactive education of citizens, creating public awareness of the issue and advocating for the rights of victims. The National Association Against Police Brutality seeks to create a national standard for use-of-force guidelines and officer accountability for law enforcement personnel. 

We will discuss why police misconduct is a difficult topic to discuss in America and what actions are their organizations taking during these times of injustice. Lastly, we will cover what steps are crucial for creating policies and laws tailored towards police accountability and what message our guests have for America. 

Don't miss this free opportunity to engage and have an open dialogue. 

Participants who RSVP

  • Get direct social media link to the forum (Facebook and Youtube)
  • Can ask questions prior and during the forum
  • Participants can be brought in live to the forum to directly engage our panelist

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