Conversation With Cops
“Conversations with Cops” is an ongoing multicultural program series that seeks to foster
positive communication between Morgantown law enforcement and the cultural
communities that create WVU. The theme of the upcoming program will be, “Women
and Law Enforcement”. The discussion will lead with the introduction of
law enforcement agencies and a discussion of womens’ rights, and then open the
floor for a question-and-answer session.
This is an open forum for students to communicate freely and openly with local law enforcement agencies about any subject. Representatives will be present from the Morgantown Police Department, the WVU University Police, the WV State Police, the Monongalia County Sheriff's Office, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, and WVU’s Equity Assurance Title IX Office. The event will be moderated by Jason Burns of the WVU Office of Multicultural Programs, Eric Jordan of the WVU Center for Black Culture & Research, and Mariana Matthews of the Title IX Office.
This event will take place in the first-floor Commons Area of the Mountainlair on the Downtown WVU Campus.
Conversations with Cops dates:
Sept. 19 – Nov. 14 – Feb. 6 – Mar. 27
Mountainlair Commons Area
The time for all of them will be 6-8pm.
FREE PIZZA will be served on a first-come, first-served basis.
Sponsored by the WVU Office of Multicultural Programs, the WVU Center for Black Culture & Research, WVU’s Equity Assurance/Title IX Office, and will include representatives from the Morgantown Police Department, the WVU University Police, the WV State Police, the Monongalia County Sheriff's Office, and the U.S. Attorney’s Office. For more information, please email: Jason.Burns@mail.wvu.edu or call: 304-293-0890.
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