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- Lenny Bandy Lieutenant Colonel, Deputy Commissioner of Operations, Pennsylvania State Police
- Eugene O'Donnell Lecturer, Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
- Jamin Raskin Member, Maryland State Senate (D- Dist. 20 Montgomery County); and Professor of Law, American University's Washington College of Law
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