Symposium on Conscious Law Enforcement & Inclusive Practices
The SFJ Symposium is designed to bring law enforcement, academia, trauma experts, and social justice advocates together to partake in meaningful conversations.
Change Isn’t Easy, But It’s Necessary
The SFJ Symposium on Conscious Law Enforcement and Inclusive Practices (SCLE & IP) is just around the corner! Check out our full schedule and pick up your ticket today to ensure your spot is reserved. We look forward to seeing you at this exciting and inspiring event.
Our theme for 2021 is Change Isn't Easy, But It's Necessary. Our team decided on this topic due to the climate and the call for change across the country. In staying true to the mission of Strategies for Justice, we are looking to provide space for building strategies for justice by utilizing the power of stories as a foundation for reform. Recognizing this is not an easy task, but necessary is the first step to having meaningful conversations and push for reform.
What we mean by
Conscious Law Enforcement
We intended to take the first steps to develop a consciousness on how generational trauma impacts community and law enforcement relations by learning, engaging, and building a pathway towards healing.
What we mean by
We intend to take the second step to develop inclusive practices inside and outside of law enforcement by documenting our consciousness and engaging in teaching, research, and legislative change.
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