Chicago Forum on Procedural Justice and Policing

March 21–22, 2014
Northwestern University School of Law
Levy Mayer Hall
357 E. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611

Hosted by IPR political scientist Wesley G. Skogan and the Institute for Policy Research, the Chicago Forum on Procedural Justice and Policing focused on the internal operations of police organizations and the relationships between police and the public.

Schedule - March 21

8:15-9:00a.m. Breakfast
9:00-9:15a.m. INTRODUCTIONS 
9:15-10:30a.m. SESSION 1: Procedural Justice and the Chicago Police - Chair: Tracey Meares
10:30-10:45a.m. Break
SESSION 2: Procedural Justice Training - Chair: Nicole Haas
12:45-1:45p.m. Lunch
1:45-3:45p.m. SESSION 3: Advances in Procedural Justice Research - Chair: Justice Tankebe


4:00-5:00p.m. SESSION 4: Panel Discussion: Making Change in Policing - Chair: Roseanna Ander
5:00p.m. Closing

Schedule - March 22

9:00-9:45a.m. Breakfast

SESSION 5: Procedural Justice and Policing in Buenos Aires - Chair: Tom Tyler

  • “Buenos Aires Metropolitana - Officers, Citizens, and Procedural Justice" by Nicole Haas and Diego Fleitas
  • Commentary by Maarten Van Craen, Justice Tankebe, and Martin Nessi
11:00a.m.-12:30p.m. SESSION 6: Procedural Justice and the Public - Chair: Paul Quinton
12:30-1:30p.m. Lunch
1:30p.m. SESSION 7: Where Are We Now? - Chair: Wesley G. Skogan

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Forum Host and IPR Fellow:

Wesley G. Skogan •