Professor H.T. Smith recently participated in a panel discussion on “Law Enforcement and Community Policing Reform.”
Sponsored by the Broward County Bar Association, the panel discussion included subject matter experts in law enforcement, politics, and law, and focused on police reforms.
Suggestions for reform included a national police misconduct registry, de-escalation training, diversity training, and extreme vetting of police applicants.
Professor Smith is a trailblazing trial lawyer and civil rights pioneer, and founding director of the FIU Trial Advocacy Program. He teaches Trial Advocacy and Advanced Trial Advocacy.
Reach him at 305-348-8095, firstname.lastname@example.org, and law.fiu.edu/trialad.