Saint Paul Public Safety Discussion

Humphrey School of Public Affairs
April 28, 2022 - 5:00 pm CDT
- 6:15 pm
Humphrey School
The City of Saint Paul’s approach to enhancing its public safety system, called Community-First Public Safety, includes violence prevention and interruption programs, using environmental design to improve the built environment and alternative first-response options for people in crisis.

Join us on April 28 at 5 p.m. for a hybrid event, located in person in the Josie Johnson Room of the Humphrey School. Space is limited. This discussion for students, faculty, alumni and the greater Twin Cities community, focuses on Saint Paul’s vision for its public safety system and how it can be reoriented for and by people from highly impacted neighborhoods.

This event is co-sponsored by the Humphrey Students of Color Association (HSOCA)

Panelists include:
Brooke Blakey, Director of the Office of Neighborhood Safety, City of Saint Paul
Rachel Walch, Senior Innovation Consultant, City of Saint Paul
Noel Nix, Director of Community Initiatives, City of Saint Paul
Natalia Davis, Community-First Public Safety Commission Member (Resident At-Large)
Andrew Bentley, Project Leader, Harvard Kennedy School Government Performance Lab

Contact Info
This event is hosted by the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. If you have questions or need to request accommodations for this event, please email [email protected]