After our March 22 Nehemiah Action with over 2,000 leaders and local decision makers, we organized a Racial Profiling Summit with criminal justice decision makers, HOPE leaders, and Dr. Jack McDevitt of Northeastern University. We were please to have State Attorney Warren, Public Defender Holt, Chief Judge Ficarrotta, Clerk of Court Stuart, Temple Terrace Police Chief Albano, and Plant City Police Chief Bradford attend. However, we were extremely disappointed Hillsborough County Sheriff Chronister and Tampa Police Chief Dugan did not attend, though they sent representatives. Dr. McDevitt presented on the importance of tracking ALL traffic stops, regardless if they result in a citation, arrest, warning, or nothing at all. Tracking and analyzing stops that don’t result in anything helps law enforcement agencies adequately understand and address biases that are happening within their agency. We will continue to press for adequate data collection and analysis on traffic stops. Tampa Bay Times did a great in-depth article on the importance of good data collection and analysis on traffic stops and interviewed Laurie Jones, our Criminal Justice Committee Co-Chair, on our work.