Darrel W. Stephens, currently Executive Director of the Major Cities Chiefs Association, has led the movement for applying empirical research to modern police methods for the past forty years. He was instrumental in the adoption of witness identification reforms in North Carolina while serving as Chief of Police for the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department. Please join the Duke Law Innocence Project for a discussion with Mr. Stephens on police reforms and the impact of wrongful conviction cases in recent years on police procedures. For more information, please contact Min Lee at email@example.com.
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Modern Policing and Innocence with Chief Darrel W. Stephens
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