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Preventing Violent Crime Through Mitigation of Emerging Shadow Economic Trends
Tue, Jun 22, 2021 1:00pm-2:15pm Eastern
Duration: 75 Minutes

Due to constrained resources and ever-increasing public pressure to "reimagine policing," agencies across the nation are deprioritizing non-violent investigations. In order for the non-violent disciplines to remain relevant, they must demonstrate to leadership how their area of expertise fits into the agency's violent-crime suppression priorities.

In precursor training, we explained how the shadow economy destabilizes our communities and exacerbates the sub-cultures of drugs, gangs, and violence. In this webinar, we will take a closer look at the link between crimes-for-profit and the immediate or subsequent acts of violence they trigger.

Attendees will learn how to:
• Understand how crimes-for-profit generate violence
• Analyze emerging economic trends to anticipate increases in crime and violence
• Create leadership support in relation to their area of expertise and their agency's violent crime reduction program.

In preparation for the advanced policing principles shared in this third webinar, members are encouraged to view requisite webinars: "Shadow Economy 101" and "Disrupting the Shadow Economy Using Motive-Oriented Crime Suppression ."


Presented by:
David Lake, CEO of Center on Shadow Economics, Detective Sergeant Retired

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