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MI expands upon its legacy of criminal justice work with new ideas to improve urban safety and public order
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Hannah Meyers
(212) 599-7000
hmeyers@manhattan-institute.org

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For 30 years, the Manhattan Institute has pioneered policing innovations—most notably the theory of "broken windows" as an element of a community policing strategy—that have improved both safety and quality of life across American cities. MI’s work on proactive policing has been widely credited as a driver of New York City’s dramatic crime reduction through the 1990s. The work of MI fellows such as Heather Mac Donald, Rafael Mangual, and the late George Kelling has championed order, police proactivity, and close partnerships between police and the communities they serve, and has provided public officials across the country with a blueprint for improving public safety.

MI's new initiative on policing and public safety focuses on pressing public safety and criminal justice issues—such as police use-of-force, incarceration, bail reform, and more—all with an eye toward the preservation, development, and application of ideas to improve urban safety and order. Encompassing data-driven research, essays, and event programming, the initiative is led by former NYPD senior intelligence analyst Hannah Meyers.

EVENTS
Thu Feb 4


FEBRUARY 4, 2021 at 1PM EST
The Future of Policing: Fireside Chat with Charlie Beck

View our library of past events on YouTube


EXPERTS

Heather Mac Donald

Thomas W. Smith Fellow, Manhattan Institute; Contributing Editor, City Journal

Rafael Mangual

Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of Legal Policy, Manhattan Institute; Contributing Editor, City Journal

Stephen Eide

Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute; Contributing Editor, City Journal

Charles Fain Lehman

Adjunct Fellow, Manhattan Institute; Staff Writer, Washington Free Beacon

Hannah Meyers

Director, Policing and Public Safety Initiative; Former NYPD Senior Intelligence Analyst

 


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