Future of Policing

In an effort to ensure constructive civic engagement around the difficult issue of police violence, the Institute for Nonviolence in Los Angeles (INVLA), through its Days of Dialogue program, has been conducting dialogues throughout Los Angeles County on the “Future of Policing.” The initiative launched on August 11, 2015, marking the 50th Anniversary of the Watts Rebellion. Since that date, hundreds of people have gathered in sites across Los Angeles to share their perspectives on how to rebuild trust between community and law enforcement in a time when nearly every week we hear another story of a violent clash.  INVLA,  along with LAPD and other local law enforcement agencies, are committed to continuing to create opportunities for these dialogues to happen throughout 2017. We urge you to participate in these dialogues.  Together, we can impact policy and elicit real change.
 

 

If you would like to:
Sponsor or Host a Day of Dialogue, provide a venue, volunteer, facilitate,
subscribe to our mailing list, or for any other information,
please contact: jfrank@daysofdialogue.org

Facilitators: Please contact dodfop@gmail.com for a link to register for August 11th Dialogue sessions.

Future of Policing webcast (provided by Time Warner Cable) is now online HERE!

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2016 – 2017 SPONSORS

Jamie Afifi 
Ambassador Frank Baxter 
Skip Brittenham 
John Branca 
Edythe & Eli Broad Foundation 
Steve Burkow 
California Community Foundation 
California Endowment 
California Nurses 
California Wellness Foundation 
Jamey Cohen 
Andrew & Ellen Hauptman 
Matthew Johnson 
Los Angeles Police Department Foundation 
Los Angeles Police Protective League 
Manatt Phelps & Phillips,LLP 
Murphy O’Brien 
National Basketball Association
Peace Officers Research Association of California 
SEIU Local 2015 
Sony Pictures Entertainment Spectrum 
Southwest Regional Council of Carpenter


2015 – 2016 SPONSORS

California Community Foundation
California Endowment
California Nurses Association
Councilmember Curren Price Jr. (Los Angeles, D-9)
Council President Herb Wesson (Los Angeles, D-10)
Dakota Communications
Fox Entertainment Group
IBEW Local 18
Immaculate Heart Community
LIUNA Local 300
LA Police Protective League
Manatt, Phelps, & Phillips, LLP
McKissack & McKissack
NBC Universal
SEIU ULTCW
SEIU Local 99
SEIU Local 1000
SEIU Local 721
Sony Pictures
Southern California Gas Company
Time Warner Cable