Feb. 16, 2021

Redefining Loyalty with Active Bystandership in Policing

Redefining Loyalty with Active Bystandership in Policing

Lisa Kurtz, ABLE Project Director with the Innovative Policing Program at Georgetown University Law Center


Join Sgt. Tom Datro and his guest Lisa Kurtz, the ABLE Project Director with the Innovative Policing Program at Georgetown University Law Center talk about restoring the integrity of police by creating a law enforcement culture that supports peer intervention. The two discuss Consent Decree, police misconduct and reframing what the idea of loyalty means for police officers. 

In this episode you will learn:

  • How police misconduct occurs (overtime) 
  • Defining Consent Decree Compliance 
  • Why we don’t have wrong-doing in a vacuum 
  • The meaning of Active Bystandardship and Peer Intervention
  • Reframing the idea of what it means to be loyal to a fellow officer 

 

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Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaabigailkurtz/

 

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Lisa Kurtz

ABLE Project Director with the Innovative Policing Program at Georgetown University Law Center.