CJ Griffin Participated in Panel Discussion on Recent Developments in State Law Enforcement
CJ Griffin, partner and Director of the Justice Gary S. Stein Public Interest Center, participated in a panel discussion hosted by the Princeton Community Democratic Organization (PCDO) on recent developments in state law enforcement regulation, including two bills, S2656 and A5301, which would make police disciplinary records subject to the Open Public Records Act.
PCDO President Afsheen Shamsi introduced the panel, which also featured Amol Sinha, Executive Director of ACLU-NJ; Karen Thompson, Senior Staff Attorney at the ACLU-NJ; and Alexis Karteron, Associate Professor of Law at Rutgers Law School. The panel was moderated by PCDO Executive Board Member, Raisa Rubin Stankiewicz.
To view the webinar, click here.