Unmasking the Realities: The Subjectivity of Law and Order


Unmasking the Realities: The Subjectivity of Law and Order

Date and Time

Thursday, July 22, 2021 6:00 pm EST - 7:00 pm EST


Zoom Webinar

Event Type

Panel Discussion, Online



Subjectivity is a decision or understanding based on a particular person's opinion or life experiences. When subjectivity converges with matters of law enforcement, we often find ourselves in episodes of tragedies. Subjectivity, like mortality, is often more than a realty; it is inevitable. Is objectivity in law enforcement possible? Can law enforcement be executed without bias, judgment, or prejudice? This candid conversation seeks to unmask the politics of law and order as well as the realities of the social construct of race and the consequences of systemic racism within law enforcement.


  • Mitchell R. Davis III, Chief of Police for the Village of Hazel Crest, IL located just outside the south side of Chicago.
  • Fanon A. Rucker, Attorney, and retired Hamilton County Municipal Court Judge
  • Darrell Goins, Assistant Police Chief for Richmond, VA
  • Chief Kevin H. Williams, Interim Assistant Vice President for Police at Middle Tennessee State University Police Department

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