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04/19/2018
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Assoc. Director Jason Stamps of CPSJ at UIC will join the cadre of expert speakers across the city of Chicago to discuss...
11/17/2017
CPSJ at UIC on Twitter

Assoc. Director Jason Stamps of CPSJ at UIC will join the cadre of expert speakers across the city of Chicago to discuss the use of procedural justice in policing. Hosted by ICJIA December 4, 2017 from 11:00am-1:00pm CST. https://t.co/mqVouaMe1p https://t.co/lBTYEu5D1x

“Assoc. Director Jason Stamps of CPSJ at UIC will join the cadre of expert speakers across the city of Chicago to discuss the use of procedural justice in policing. Hosted by ICJIA December 4, 2017 from 11:00am-1:00pm CST. https://t.co/mqVouaMe1p”

Assoc. Director Jason Stamps of CPSJ at UIC will join the cadre of expert speakers across the city of Chicago to discuss...
11/17/2017

Assoc. Director Jason Stamps of CPSJ at UIC will join the cadre of expert speakers across the city of Chicago to discuss the use of procedural justice in policing. Hosted by ICJIA December 4, 2017 from 11:00am-1:00pm CST. https://buff.ly/2yVn219

11/09/2017

Retweeted UIC CUPPA Research (@UICUPPAResearch):

Congratulations Juliana, Director of UIC's Center for Public Safety and Justice! @CPSJatUIC #CUPPA https://t.co/W485xiUdjA

11/09/2017

Retweeted UIC CUPPA Research (@UICUPPAResearch):

Procedural Justice connects communities + all levels of law enforcement structure via @CPSJatUIC's training model lawhttps://goo.gl/hGtZX4

CPSJ releases new article detailing the impact of a Procedural Justice training model that builds collaboration between ...
11/09/2017

CPSJ releases new article detailing the impact of a Procedural Justice training model that builds collaboration between law enforcement and the communities they serve. Take a look! https://buff.ly/2zGQtIq

CPSJ releases new article detailing the impact of a Procedural Justice training model that builds collaboration between ...
11/09/2017
CPSJ at UIC on Twitter

CPSJ releases new article detailing the impact of a Procedural Justice training model that builds collaboration between law enforcement and the communities they serve. Take a look! https://t.co/cdp0RHp9da https://t.co/VNrgk31dnr

“CPSJ releases new article detailing the impact of a Procedural Justice training model that builds collaboration between law enforcement and the communities they serve. Take a look! https://t.co/cdp0RHp9da”

CPSJ Associate Director, Jason Stamps presents Procedural Justice at IACP #IACP2017 https://t.co/1mmSMPCpMh
10/21/2017
CPSJ at UIC on Twitter

CPSJ Associate Director, Jason Stamps presents Procedural Justice at IACP #IACP2017 https://t.co/1mmSMPCpMh

“CPSJ Associate Director, Jason Stamps presents Procedural Justice at IACP #IACP2017”

10/21/2017

"You will use the relationships you have before a critical incident after an incident for they are your most valuable asset" #legitimacy

Retweeted COPS Office (@COPSOffice):Starting our first session on #ProceduralJustice now in room 105AB. #IACP2017 https:...
10/21/2017
COPS Office on Twitter

Retweeted COPS Office (@COPSOffice):

Starting our first session on #ProceduralJustice now in room 105AB. #IACP2017 https://t.co/xLVVkmQUmF

“Starting our first session on #ProceduralJustice now in room 105AB. #IACP2017”

10/21/2017

Retweeted COPS Office (@COPSOffice):

"Procedural justice is really about the DNA of an agency and how you want to approach the work of policing." @ArlingtonChief #IACP2017 https://t.co/0itmObo8jD

10/21/2017

Retweeted COPS Office (@COPSOffice):

"You have to be intentional about it." @KalPublicSafety Chief Jeff Hadley #ProceduralJustice #IACP2017 https://t.co/VI1UKH7vLT

10/21/2017

Retweeted COPS Office (@COPSOffice):

"Procedural justice for the officer translates to officer safety." @CPSJatUIC Associate Director Jason Stamps #ProceduralJustice #IACP2017 https://t.co/t9VrUYEYHe

10/21/2017

What are you celebrating, are you celebrating de-escalation & survivors of use-of-force #ProceduralJustice #IACP2017

10/21/2017

Procedural Justice is not a program it's decision to dictate what the DNA of your agency is- Arlington, TX Chief Will Johnson

CPSJ Associate Director, Jason Stamps presents Procesural Justice at IACP #IACP2017 https://t.co/JRo7l7M8UK
10/21/2017
CPSJ at UIC on Twitter

CPSJ Associate Director, Jason Stamps presents Procesural Justice at IACP #IACP2017 https://t.co/JRo7l7M8UK

“CPSJ Associate Director, Jason Stamps presents Procesural Justice at IACP #IACP2017”

The Edmonton Oilers salute officer who survives violent attack at home opener https://t.co/8udbyIUdT9 via @theIACP's The...
10/06/2017
‘Edmonton’s hero’: Oilers salute police officer who survived stabbing, vehicle attack in stirring home opener ceremony

The Edmonton Oilers salute officer who survives violent attack at home opener https://t.co/8udbyIUdT9 via @theIACP's The Lead

A surprise appearance at the Edmonton Oilers home opener on Wednesday night, from the police officer many have hailed a hero for how he responded to Saturday's attacks, provided more than a smile for the thousands in attendance, it set off an emotional roar of support for Const. Mike Chernyk.

Amy Watson, UIC Faculty in the news for delivering unique training that allows LE to understand mental illnesses,
10/04/2017
Unique training allows law enforcement to better understand the mentally ill

Amy Watson, UIC Faculty in the news for delivering unique training that allows LE to understand mental illnesses,

(KUTV) Mental health and police response experts report that an estimated 10% of the calls they deal with in Washington County involve someone who has a mental illness or hears voices.On Thursday,…

With generous support from the College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, the Center for Public Safety and Justice is...
10/03/2017

With generous support from the College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, the Center for Public Safety and Justice is partnering with the Wisdom Exchange on an exciting and relevant workshop on participatory leadership and dialogue facilitation. Wiser Together: A Workshop with World Café Founders Juanita Brown and David Isaacs will deepen participants’ practice in community engagement and conversation around questions that matter. This work is relevant to planners, researchers, community practitioners and others committed to bringing community voice into the decisions that shape our world.

The workshop will take place on Friday, October 13, 2017 from 8:30am to 3:30pm. There is a small fee to participate, but scholarships are available. Enter code TWO4ONE for a discounted rate!

Join us for this fantastic opportunity to strengthen our practice in meaningful community engagement, providing practitioners with the tools to bring procedural justice into community building efforts.

Register here with discount code,https://buff.ly/2fLWFXm

Wiser Together: A Workshop with World Café Founders Juanita Brown and David Isaacs deepens community engagement, https:/...
10/03/2017

Wiser Together: A Workshop with World Café Founders Juanita Brown and David Isaacs deepens community engagement, https://buff.ly/2khG5QD

With generous support from the College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, the Center for Public Safety and Justice is...
10/03/2017

With generous support from the College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, the Center for Public Safety and Justice is partnering with the Wisdom Exchange on an exciting and relevant workshop on participatory leadership and dialogue facilitation. Wiser Together: A Workshop with World Café Founders Juanita Brown and David Isaacs will deepen participants’ practice in community engagement and conversation around questions that matter. This work is relevant to planners, researchers, community practitioners and others committed to bringing community voice into the decisions that shape our world.

The workshop will take place on Friday, October 13, 2017 from 8:30am to 3:30pm. There is a small fee to participate, but scholarships are available. Enter code TWO4ONE for a discounted rate!

Join us for this fantastic opportunity to strengthen our practice in meaningful community engagement, providing practitioners with the tools to bring procedural justice into community building efforts.

Register here with discount code, https://buff.ly/2xbT6fI

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