In preparation for our Public Safety House Meeting Campaign, we've invited American criminologist and sociologist Dr. Edward S. Shihadeh to present a seminar on crime reduction. He is a professor and chair of sociology at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. At LSU, he also coordinates the Crime and Policy Evaluation Research Group, which he co-founded with Matthew Lee in 2005. He began his academic career in mathematical demography but later became interested in researching crime and deviance as they pertained to urban black communities. He leads a team of researchers at LSU that analyze data from the Baton Rouge Area Violence Elimination, an anti-crime initiative based on Operation Ceasefire.
This event is being held at the McKinley Alumni Center in TBR's soon-to-be new office space.
1520 Thomas H Delpit Dr
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
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