Local, federal and community leaders discuss comprehensive approaches to public safety

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In the past two years, the number of homicides has skyrocketed in the United States, although it remains below the historic highs of previous decades. Mass shootings across the country have left Americans nervous. On Tuesday, June 28 at 9:00 a.m. ET, join the Washington Post Live for conversations with a cross section of local law enforcement, federal government, and community leaders about how they are responding while also working to build accountability for the police and improve public confidence.

Associate Attorney General, Department of Justice

Former chief of police in Austin, Houston and Miami

Minnesota Attorney General

Baltimore Police Commissioner

Co-Founder and Executive Director, Campaign Zero

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In a segment presented by the Council on Criminal Justice, members of its Violent Crimes Task Force and Policing Task Force discuss how different constituencies can unite behind solutions that advance safety and fairness as the country grapples with an increase in violent crime.

Executive Director, READI Chicago

Member, CCJ Violent Crime Task Force

Director, Gun Violence Prevention, Office of the City Administrator, Washington DC

Member, CCJ Violent Crime Task Force

Vice President, Criminal Justice, Arnold Ventures

Member, CCJ Working Group on Policing

Senior Researcher, Criminal Justice Council

Chair, CCJ Violent Crime Task Force