SIEPR Policy Forum on Crime, Policing, and Incarceration
Rethink our criminal justice system with leading practitioners and experts from business, policy, and academia in a half-day of discussions. Attend one or more sessions throughout the day. We gratefully acknowledge the support of our co-sponsors: Stanford Criminal Justice Center, Stanford Economics Association and Stanford in Government.
SIEPR Gunn Building Koret-Taube Conference Center 366 Galvez St. Stanford University
Open to Stanford students, faculty and SIEPR affiliates. Registration is required.
Is America in the Midst of a Crime Wave?
Mark Duggan, The Trione Director of SIEPR; The Wayne and Jodi Cooperman Professor of Economics, Stanford University
Bill Keller, Editor-in-Chief of The Marshall Project and former Executive Editor of The New York Times
The Police-Community Relationship: Building Trust and Increasing Safety
Rebecca Hetey, Social Science Research Associate, Psychology Department, Stanford University
Eric Jones, City of Stockton Chief of Police
Justin McCrary, Professor of Law, School of Law, and Director, Social Sciences Data Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley
Shea Streeter, Ph.D. Candidate, Political Science, Stanford University
Technology and the Fight Against Crime
Jennifer Doleac, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Economics, Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, University of Virginia; SIEPR Fellowship Award Winner
David Sklansky, Stanley Morrison Professor of Law, and Faculty Co-Director, Stanford Criminal Justice Center, Stanford Law School
Rick Smith, CEO, Director, and Co-Founder Taser International Inc.
California Prison Downsizing: Impacts on Crime, Prisons, and Local Communities
Matthew Cate, Executive Director of the California State Association of Counties, and former Secretary of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
David Maldonado, Cross Enrollment Specialist, Underground Scholars Initiative, University of California, Berkeley
Steven Raphael, Professor, Richard & Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy, and James D. Marver Chair in Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley
Joan Petersilia, Adelbert H. Sweet Professor of Law, and Faculty Co-Director, Stanford Criminal Justice Center, Stanford Law School