Implementation of Prior Recommendations and Barriers to Enactment
The NCCPS facilitates the discussions and has produced more than a dozen detailed reports that describe the forum events, provide relevant background and context on the topic, detail the challenges that forum participants identify, describe their proposed solutions, and list their recommendations for implementing those solutions.
As follow-up to some of the forums, the NCCPS and Historically Black Colleges and Universities - Law Enforcement Executives and Administrators (HBCU-LEEAs) partnered to examine whether and how HBCU campuses have implemented the recommendations in three of its reports:
- A National Conversation on Police and Community Interactions on HBCU Campuses, published October 2016
- Managing Campus Protests and Demonstrations at Historically Black Colleges and Universities, published September 2018
- The Roles and Strategies of Campus Safety Teams for Preventing Violence in College and University Campus Communities, published October 2018
On July 16, 2019, a group of campus safety leaders gathered in Atlanta, Georgia to provide feedback about the practicality and effectiveness of the recommendations themselves and to help uncover the underlying and often persistent problems that many campus safety leaders face. This final report was developed from the forum discussions and intends to capture the participants’ successes, continued challenges, and potential strategic solutions.