Professor Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovich invited speaker at 2nd annual NACOLE Academic Symposium

Professor Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovich was an invited speaker at the 2nd Annual National Association for Photo of Sanja KutnjakCivilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE) Academic Symposium “Building Public Trust: Generating Evidence to Enhance Police Accountability and Legitimacy.”

The symposium was held in conjunction with the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. The purpose of the symposium was to feature “a selection of the best research and scholarship on topics of interest to the field of civilian-led law enforcement accountability,” as well as “set a research agenda for the field, place scholars in conversation with practitioners and funders, and determine a course for making the best possible use of the wealth of law enforcement data now becoming publicly available.” Professor Kutnjak Ivkovich presented a paper focusing on the code of silence, co-authored with Maria Haberfeld (Professor at John Jay) and Robert Peacock (Doctoral Candidate at MSU). NACOLE and John Jay College plan to post presenter slides and other materials related to the April 22nd Academic Symposium online.