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Conversations on Law Enforcement: An Evening with William J. Bratton
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Join the National Law Enforcement Museum in welcoming recently retired New York City Police Commissioner William J. Bratton to the US Navy Memorial Heritage Center. Commissioner Bratton served as the top cop of three major U.S. cities and the Vice Chairman of the Homeland Security Advisory Council under President Barack Obama. Commissioner Bratton will join National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund CEO Craig W. Floyd in a unique discussion of the Commissioner’s perspectives on law enforcement, his long career spanning forty-six years, and the future of policing.