Call for Presentations
2023 NYPD InKNOWvation Symposium Overview
The NYPD Strategic Initiatives Bureau is pleased to announce the Spring 2023 Symposium. This symposium is an opportunity for policing professionals, external and internal subject matter experts, and academic scholars to share their recent research and / or studies in policing.
This year’s theme will be “Step Forward – Reimagining Policing in the 21st Century”. There will be four “tracks” in the following topics:
- Next-Generation Policing – Re-envisioning the future of policing through continuous improvement and innovation.
- Strengthening Engagement – Building upon how policing engages with the community, other municipal agencies, and collaborative partnerships with other agencies.
- Neighborhood Policing – The co-production of policing within local communities and neighborhoods. How does the philosophy translate into applicability and practicality?
- Supporting our Own – Strengthening our workforce by seeking diverse talent, promoting wellness and equity, and providing effective training for on the job as well as post-retirement.
Selected presentations will be allocated 1-hour presentation sessions.
Presentation submissions will be reviewed according to the following conditions (this list of criteria is not mutually exclusive, all applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis and considered on potential contribution to the strategic plan):
- Meets standards for academic rigor and / or reliability
- Add substantially to the mission of the symposium
- Contribute to the discourse of re-imagining policing in a positive and fruitful manner
- Aim to solve a problem or shed light on an issue in policing while ultimately creating positive change
- Add to the knowledge and processes of policing policy
(The review board reserves the right to analyze each proposal on a case-by-case basis for relevancy and appropriateness)
Please complete the following form to be considered to present for this year's symposium. For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org