Dexter Voisin discusses “What would society look like without police?” with panelists from Harvard and Virginia LawCategories: Dexter Voisin
On December 10, Dean Dexter Voisin was a featured panelist in a discussion that asked: What would society look like without police? The event was presented by Zócalo and the University of Toronto as part of the event series The World We Want.
Voisin was joined by Harvard University professor of criminal justice Sandra Susan Smith, and Rachel Harmon, director of the Center for Criminal Justice at University of Virginia Law. The panel was moderated by Jamiles Lartey, staff writer at The Marshall Project.
For those who missed it, a recording of the live event is available via Zócalo’s YouTube channel.
Voisin and his co-panelists also participated in “green room” interviews in advance of the event. Read his Q&A here.
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