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Racial Justice Reckoning

Racial Justice Reckoning

“We do not have to choose between being safer and sacrificing civil liberties. With a public safety system centered on procedural and social justice, and grounded in listening to the community’s needs, we can do both.”

Branville Bard Jr., who began August 30 as Johns Hopkins’ new vice president for public safety. A respected national voice on police reform, Bard has publicly called for a reckoning related to racial justice. In his role at Johns Hopkins, he will oversee the institution’s ongoing efforts to model best practices within its security workforce and play a leading role in the development and implementation of the Johns Hopkins Police Department. Most recently Bard was police commissioner of Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he regularly encountered the issues and public safety challenges associated with campus environments and health care facilities.

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