Questioning the Role of Enforcement in Traffic Safety:
Learning from Berkeley, CA

  • Start: February 25, 2021 1:00 PM
  • End: February 25, 2021 2:00 PM

Thursday, February 25, 2021 @ 1 pm – 2 pm PST / 4 pm – 5 pm EST

Awareness is growing that the traditional role of police enforcement in traffic safety needs to change. Many communities and organizations are questioning traditional enforcement efforts, such as traffic stops, given the dangers of racial bias and police violence. New models are being explored with the goal of embedding justice and equity within safe mobility strategies, including Vision Zero.

Join us for a discussion of this urgent issue and hear from elected and community leaders in Berkeley, CA, where they are working to shift police-led activities to new models to ensure racial justice in the city’s transportation safety work. We’ll also explore what it means to prioritize “self-enforcing” street designs and policies, in place of traditional, punitive enforcement.

Panelists include:

Rigel Robinson, City Councilmember, City of Berkeley

Lori Droste, Vice Mayor, City of Berkeley & author of city’s Vision Zero legislation

Darrell Owens, Co-executive of East Bay for Everyone

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Webinar participant levels are as follows:

  • Consultants, for-profit company staff, and participants earning continuing education credits: $25.
  • Public sector & Nonprofit staff, and Community members: $10 (use code: GOV).
  • Limited income attendees: No charge (use code: FREE). No one turned away for lack of funds.
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