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Data & Justice in Los Angeles

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“The past decade has elevated the urgent need for police reform, brought to the forefront by high-profile police killings and movements like #BlackLivesMatter. To better understand conceptions of public safety and support the growing public interest in criminal justice reform, the USC Price Center for Social Innovation partnered with Microsoft and the USC Price Safe Communities Institute to launch the NDSC Criminal Justice Data Initiative in the spring of 2019.”

Today, Aubrey Hicks (our ED) speaks to Gary Painter (Social Innovation) and Erroll Southers (Safe Communities Institute) about the germination of the collaboration, the process of understanding community needs, the impact they hope to see, and thoughts on the next stages of this project.

Connect with our guests:
Gary Painter

Professor
Chair of the Department of Public Policy
Director of the Sol Price Center for Social Innovation
Director, Homelessness Policy Research Institute
University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy

Erroll Southers

Director of the Safe Communities Institute
Director Homegrown Violent Extremism Studies
University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy

Thank you to our co-producers Aubrey Hicks and Jonathan Schwartz as well as our beloved sound supervisors, The Brothers Hedden. Recorded at the USC Price School.

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