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Event: Crime and Punishment

How do we build safer communities in the American Southwest?

Addressing Public Safety in the American Southwest

This is a virtual event. On event day, you can watch live and include your questions during the Q&A session toward the end of the panel. Tune in live at

As crime rates continue to rise and the rule of law becomes increasingly absent in many communities, we must come together to address these urgent issues. That’s why we’re excited to invite you to our upcoming panel discussion on “Crime and Punishment: Public Safety in the American Southwest.”

Our panelists, Tryna Verbeck and Brian McCutcheon, bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table. They will explore the challenges facing law enforcement officers and communities in tackling crime and discuss how policymakers can better support law enforcement to promote public safety and reduce crime

Join us for this insightful and thought-provoking conversation. Together, we can work towards creating a safer southwest.

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By Southwest Public Policy Institute

The Southwest Public Policy Institute is a think tank dedicated to improving the quality of life in the American Southwest by formulating, promoting, and defending sound public policy solutions. Our mission is simple: to deliver better living through better policy.

4 replies on “Event: Crime and Punishment”

If possible, I would like more advance notice for these events so that I can have time to set my schedule.

Was there supposed to be a Q&A before this ended? Very informative on how the mayor and chief wanted to handle the PIO by parading the families in front of the media so shortly after the incident while some families were still facing life, and death, or serious injury issues. I hope more people see this video.

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