National Law Enforcement Museum Presents “An Evening with William J. Bratton”
Retired New York (NY) Police Commissioner shares his perspectives on law enforcement, his career spanning forty-six years, and the future of policing
Washington, DC—The National Law Enforcement Museum will host former NYPD Commissioner William J. Bratton as part of its ongoing discussion series, sponsored by Target. The event will be held on Wednesday, November 1 at 7:00 pm in the Burke Theater at the U.S. Navy Memorial, with a reception beginning at 6:00 pm.
Commissioner Bratton, a pioneer in modern policing with more than 46 years of service, will join Craig Floyd, President and CEO of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, to share his perspective on topics ranging from the future of policing to recent law enforcement issues including the implementation of Compstat during his tenures in New York and Los Angeles and the Stop-Question-and-Frisk policy and the impact of these programs on citizens. Commissioner Bratton will take questions from the in-person and online audience during a Q&A session.
The event is free and open to the public and can be reserved at: www.LawEnforcementMuseum.org/Bratton. Members of the media are welcome to attend and Commissioner Bratton will be available for a limited number of pre-event interviews.
William J. Bratton, Retired NYPD Commissioner
New York (NY) Police Department
Craig W. Floyd, President & CEO
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
|WHEN:||Wednesday, November 1, 2017, 7:00-8:30 pm (Reception at 6:00 pm)|
|WHERE:||Burke Theater at the U.S. Navy Memorial 701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20004|
|RSVP:||Media should RSVP to Steve Groeninger (firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-737-7135) by October 31, 2017.|
About the National Law Enforcement Museum
A project of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, the 57,000-square-foot National Law Enforcement Museum will be located adjacent to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC’s Judiciary Square. The Museum will tell the story of American law enforcement through high-tech interactive exhibits, comprehensive collection of artifacts, extensive resources for research, and diverse educational programming. The Memorial Fund’s mission is to tell the story of American law enforcement and make it safer for those who serve. For more information about the National Law Enforcement Museum, visit www.LawEnforcementMuseum.org.