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Changemakers of Law Enforcement: Post-9/11 Exhibit Series

The response to the challenges brought by the 9/11 attacks—or, in some cases, simply illuminated by the attacks—needed law enforcement leaders willing to innovate and answer the call of duty. By speaking to a selection of these changemakers that helped the country respond and move forward, we learned more about the ways American law enforcement evolved after 9/11, how those changes inform our current challenges and opportunities, and better understand leadership principles and techniques/approaches used by these leaders.

Resources:

Featuring:

Moderator

  • Jessica Toliver, Director of Technical Assistance, Police Executive Research Forum

Panelists:

  • Mike Rolince, Section Chief, Counterterrorism Division, FBI Headquarters on 9/11
  • Joshua Ederheimer, Deputy Director, Federal Protective Service, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
  • Chief Ronald Haddad, Dearborn (MI) Police Department
  • Caroline Lynch, Formerly Chief Counsel of the House Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security
  • Ronald E. Brooks, Founder & Principal, Brooks Bawden Moore LLC

Sponsored by:

The Police Unity Tour | Good Year | Fraternal Order of Police

Additional Support:

BIO-ONE INC. | THOMSON REUTERS | 5.11 TACTICAL | ADAM R. ROSE and PETER R. MCQUILLAN | PRODUCTION SOLUTIONS | GRANTMAIL DIRECT MARKETING LTD