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OOW panel: Racism, Policing, and Incarceration: Organizational and Occupational Perspectives - Shared screen with speaker view
Timothy Bartley
15:17
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrcuytrDgiGdyN-aEFKriAwEmfz9v5bSOA
Joslyn Talley
58:31
I agree with Dr Ray and Michael Sierra-Arevalo. However, I always say we have to start somewhere; and starting with some at the top of the tree since it goes back to racial patrol. The racial disparities are a direct result of ALL these issues tied together. Until there is some changes and accountability at the top; we are still stuck in a cycle.
Jerry Levine
01:01:01
Eilliot Currie has written in his recent book that there were over 160,000 murders in the black community from 2000 to 2018. How should we deal with gun violence in black communities?….Related: What’s you take on “defunding the police”?
Jamie Barber
01:01:32
I have another class to get to but thank you guys this was really interesting!!
Sarah Kaplan (she/her)
01:04:07
In case people haven’t seen this: https://www.umass.edu/newsoffice/article/black-lives-matter-protests-have-led-to-up-to-a-decrease-in-police-homicides
Brian Rubineau
01:04:16
Policing is public, paramilitary, but also unionized. Police unions generally try to protect their members. This protection can impede change. Interested to hear perspectives on Police Unions and whether there are opportunities to engage with Police Unions to promote change?
Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve
01:07:00
In Chicago, the FOP elected one of the “worst” police officers with the most complaints. He had 50 allegations…more than 96% of other officers.
Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve
01:08:02
Here is his profile (just to amplify Prof. Ray’s point). https://beta.cpdp.co/officer/4233/john-catanzara/
Jude Paul Dizon
01:12:29
Thank you Professor Friedman!
Jude Paul Dizon
01:13:51
Thank you Professor Ray!
M G
01:15:14
This might also help think about “objectivity” as a colonial construction/tool. See Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous PeoplesLinda Tuhiwai Smith
Jill Harrison
01:19:16
Ithaca PD just launched a new program.
Jill Harrison
01:20:03
https://ithacavoice.com/2021/03/ithaca-police-union-hits-back-urges-rejection-of-public-safety-reform-package/
Sarah Kaplan (she/her)
01:20:35
STAR model in Colorado… in line with defunding the police. In Nashville, a community oversight board rather than one funded internally by the police.
Sarah Kaplan (she/her)
01:21:47
Sorry! Was taking a note for myself!
Michael Sierra-Arévalo
01:22:31
CAHOOTS is a model in Eugene, OR, similar to STAR. Evaluation of these programs is still TBD. It’s worth mentioning that these programs don’t really the POLICE to do anything differently—more about having other agencies or stakeholders take stuff off their plate. https://www.oregonlive.com/crime/2020/07/police-cuts-give-portland-alternative-first-responder-program-a-boost-but-can-it-respond-to-the-moment.html
Michael Sierra-Arévalo
01:22:43
*require the police
DAVID Jed SCHWARTZ
01:23:15
what about confict resolution, that is, of this looming conflict?
Timothy Bartley
01:25:04
I think Nicole is here today too.
Jenny Lee she/her
01:25:41
How do you spell Nicole’s last name?
David Skarbek
01:25:49
Gonzalez Van Cleve
juliauna solomon
01:28:59
I was wondering what the struggle could potentionallyy be going into law and criminal justice being a female and alos being apart of the lgbt?
Ben Carrington
01:29:44
To Armando's last point (via Public Enemy): I dialed 911 a long time agoDon't you see how late they're reactin'They only come and they come when they wannaSo get the morgue truck and embalm the gonerThey don't care 'cause they stay paid anywayThey teach ya like an ace they can't be betrayedI know you stumble with no use peopleIf your life is on the line then you're dead todayLate comers with the late comin' stretcherThat's a body bag in disguise y'all, I betchaI call 'em body snatchers 'cause they come to fetch ya?With an autopsy ambulance just to dissect ya
Timothy Bartley
01:30:30
A few of the references that have been mentioned today:
Joslyn Talley
01:30:39
It's been great....wish we had more time ! Thanks
Jenny Lee she/her
01:30:57
are we able to access a chat transcript after the seminar/panel?
Timothy Bartley
01:31:03
Van Maanen, J., & Schein, E. H. (1979). Toward a Theory of Organizational Socialization. In B. Staw & L. Cummings (Eds.), Research in Organizational Behavior (Vol. 1, pp. 209–264). JAI Press. Van Maanen, J., & Barley, S. R. (1984). Occupational communities: Culture and control in organizations. In B. M. Staw & L. L. Cummings (Eds.), Research in Organizational Behavior (Vol. 6, pp. 287–365). JAI Press.
Timothy Bartley
01:31:16
Kasperson, R. E., Renn, O., Slovic, P., Brown, H. S., Emel, J., Goble, R., Kasperson, J. X., & Ratick, S. (1988). The Social Amplification of Risk: A Conceptual Framework. Risk Analysis, 8(2), 177–187. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1539-6924.1988.tb01168.xWard, Geoff. "The slow violence of state organized race crime." Theoretical Criminology 19.3 (2015): 299-314. https://doi.org/10.1177/1362480614550119
Timothy Bartley
01:31:30
Hallett, T. (2003), Symbolic Power and Organizational Culture. Sociological Theory, 21: 128-149. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9558.00181Sweet PL. The Sociology of Gaslighting. American Sociological Review. 2019;84(5):851-875. doi:10.1177/0003122419874843
Timothy Bartley
01:31:42
Monica C. Bell Located Institutions: Neighborhood Frames, Residential Preferences, and the Case of Policing American Journal of Sociology 2020 125:4, 917-973Michael C. Campbell and Heather Schoenfeld The Transformation of America’s Penal Order: A Historicized Political Sociology of Punishment American Journal of Sociology 2013 118:5, 1375-1423
Armando Lara-Millan
01:32:32
Monica bell’s article “segregation policing” in NYU law review is crucial reading.
Jill Harrison
01:32:46
Thank you!
Jessie K. Finch, PhD
01:32:47
Thanks so much to all panelists and for great moderation and questions, all!
Johnsie McAuley-Davis
01:32:49
Thank you!
Alexandra Kalev
01:32:51
Our next OOW panel, on diverse theoretical approaches to race in OOW research will take place on April 21. For more details and registration: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VoVpj2Z-IcAbl3SKvfcGwFgL6uD1IdWQ/view?usp=sharing
Mary Nell Trautner
01:32:52
great panel, thank you!!
Joss Greene
01:32:52
Thank you so much to the panelists, and to Timothy for compiling all these texts! I learned so much!
Alka Menon
01:32:55
Thanks! This was great!
Jayda Carle
01:32:58
Thank you so much!
LaTonya Trotter
01:33:04
Thank you to the panelists!
Greg Prieto
01:33:06
Thank you for a great panel and discussion!
Lauren Morgan
01:33:08
Thank you so much!
Alexandra Kalev
01:33:10
Our next OOW panel, on diverse theoretical approaches to race in OOW research will take place on April 21. For more details and registration: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VoVpj2Z-IcAbl3SKvfcGwFgL6uD1IdWQ/view?usp=sharing
Manzah-Kyentoh Yankey
01:33:11
Thanks for much for putting together this panel discussion!
Marianne Quirouette
01:33:14
Thank you!!
Lesley Bikos
01:33:17
Thank you so much - this was awesome!!!
Argun Saatcioglu
01:33:18
Thanks !
Dan Krasnicki
01:33:20
Thanks!
Michael Branch
01:33:22
Thank you!
Jakin Vela
01:33:26
Thank you all!