RSVP - Closing the Enforcement Gap to Save Lives on NYC Streets

 

T.A. and NYU's Rudin Center present a panel discussion about the traffic safety agenda for the next mayor and NYPD commissioner. Panelists include experts on traffic and public safety, public health, and law enforcement to talk about new and innovative ideas to make a significant impact in bringing the number of people seriously injured and killed in traffic down to zero in New York.

Tuesday, November 19th - 8:30-11:00 am - The Puck Building

Moderator:
Errol Louis, host of Inside City Hall, NY1

Panelists:

Bill Bratton, Former NYPD Commissioner
Nicole Gelinas, from the Manhattan Institute
George Kelling, of Rutger's Police Institute and the creator of "Broken Windows" strategy and CompStat
Richard Retting, former policy director of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
Lorna Thorpe, former NYC Health Department deputy commissioner and current Director of the Epidemiology and Biostatistics Program at CUNY

Doors open at 8:30 with a light breakfast. Opening remarks begin at 9 am.



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