Video: The Case for Federal Sentencing Reform: A Perspective from Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement Leaders held a briefing with Republican senators Feb. 9 to discuss the need for federal sentencing reform, arguing it would protect public safety and reduce bloated prison populations. Speaking from left to right are Brett Tolman, Former U.S. Attorney, District of Utah (moderator); Ronal Serpas, Chairman, Law Enforcement Leaders to Reduce Crime and Incarceration, and Former Police Superintendent, New Orleans, Louisiana; Michael B. Mukasey, Former U.S. Attorney General for President George W. Bush; Tom Manger, President, Major Cities Chiefs Association; and Richard J. Pocker, Former U.S. Attorney, District of Nevada. Sen. Charles Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Sen. Mike Lee, member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, also spoke. Due to technical difficulties, there is only video of half of the briefing.