Webinar 3: Experiência da polícia na epidemia de COVID-19: Relatórios de Moçambique e Angola
A pandemia Covid-19 criou desafios para a polícia, com a tarefa de fazer cumprir regulamentações de saúde muitas vezes impopulares, ao mesmo tempo em que está na linha de frente da exposição. Por meio desta série de webinars focados, o GLEPHA está a reunir policias e funcionários de saúde pública de diferentes países para partilhar assuas experiências de lidar contra os desafios que a pandemia trouxe – aprender uns com os outros e contribuir para a construção de uma comunidade colaborativa interessada no papel da polícia na realização dos objetivos de saúde pública.
MODERADOR: Persília Muianga de Gouveia World Vision Moçambique
ORADORES: Comissário de Polícia Luis Carrilho Conselheiro de Polícia das Nações Unidas
Dra Jenny Thembo Polícia de Moçambique
Bessa de Campos Directora Nacional-Adjunta dos Serviços de Saúde Date: terça 1 de Dezembro 2020 Horário: 09:00 Lisboa/ Londres; 10:00am Luanda/Amsterdão; 11:00am Maputo; 08:00pm Sydney * A sessão será em português com interpretação em inglês Inscreva-se com antecedência para esta reunião: https://buff.ly/3nSee5n… See MoreSee Less
Webinar 3: Experience of police in the COVID-19 epidemic: Reports from Mozambique and Angola
The Covid-19 pandemic has created challenges for police, tasked with enforcing often unpopular health regulations while being in the front line of exposure. Through this series of focused webinars, GLEPHA is bringing together police and public health officials from different countries to share their experiences of dealing with the challenges the pandemic has brought – to learn from each other, and to contribute to building a collaborative community of interest in the police role in achieving public health goals.
Persília Muianga de Gouveia World Vision Mozambique
SPEAKERS: Police Commissioner Luis Carrilho (TBC) United Nations Police Adviser
Dra Jenny Thembo Mozambique Police
Bessa de Campos Directora Nacional-Adjunta dos Serviços de Saúde Date: Tuesday 1 December 2020 Time: 09:00 Lisbon/London; 10:00am Luanda/Amsterdam; 11:00am Maputo; 8:00pm Sydney *The session will be in Portuguese with English interpretation Register in advance for this meeting: https://buff.ly/3nSee5n… See MoreSee Less
Fair and Just Prosecution | How the Biden-Harris Administration Can Advance Criminal Justice Reform After a year and election cycle that brought unprecedented progress for reform-minded prosecution, f…
Miriam Aroni Krinsky is the Executive Director of Fair and Just Prosecution, a nonprofit that supports and inter-connects recently elected leaders of prosecutors’ offices committed to new thinking and innovation. She has spent the past few decades working in public service, justice system reform and academia, including 15 years as a federal prosecutor — both in Los Angeles and on a strike force in the Mid-Atlantic region.
In 2012, Miriam served as the Executive Director of Los Angeles County’s Citizens’ Commission on Jail Violence, a high-level Commission appointed to investigate allegations of excessive force by Los Angeles Sheriff’s deputies in L.A. County jails. She has taught at the UCLA School of Public Policy and at Loyola and Southwestern Law Schools, served as a policy consultant on youth violence prevention, juvenile justice, and justice reform issues for The California Endowment and spent five years as the Executive Director of the Children’s Law Center of Los Angeles – a legal services organization representing over 20,000 abused and neglected children. She also served as President of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, on the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission (serving as Commission President for three years), on the California Judicial Council and California State Bar Board of Trustees (by appointment of the California Supreme Court) and on the American Law Institute Sentencing Project Advisory group and the Principles of Policing Advisory Group. She has testified before national and state legislative bodies, authored over 50 articles, and lectured nationwide on criminal law, law enforcement oversight and reform, juvenile justice, and sentencing issues. … See MoreSee Less
Miriam Aroni Krinsky, Fair and Just Prosecution Miriam Aroni Krinsky is the Executive Director of Fair and Just Prosecution, a nonprofit that supports and inter-connects recently elected leaders of pr…
Vera recently released a digital report, Behavioral Health Crisis Alternatives: Shifting from Police to Community Responses.
The report addresses the need to reduce the role of police as first responders to people who are experiencing a health crisis and includes guidance for jurisdictions seeking alternatives that prioritize access to treatment and other essential support services. We examine recent efforts across the country – with a focus on Eugene, Oregon; Olympia, Washington; and Phoenix, Arizona – to reduce police involvement in crisis calls that can be better handled by behavioral health specialists. In addition to our three case studies, the report provides an overview of crisis response programs, including a typology of approaches organized by the involvement of law enforcement. It also provides key considerations to guide practitioners and advocates in their efforts to similarly shift responses from police to alternative responders in their communities. … See MoreSee Less
Vera recently released a digital report, Behavioral Health Crisis Alternatives: Shifting from Police to Community Responses. The report addresses the need to reduce the role of police as first respond…