Rudy Nimocks is a University of Chicago senior statesman. A veteran of the Chicago Police Department, where he achieved the rank of deputy superintendent, and the chief of the University of Chicago Police Department for decades, he has in recent years become the University’s Director of Community Partnerships, where his talent for working with troubled youth has proved singularly valuable. A 58 year resident of the Woodlawn neighborhood, he has been called “both a community and University treasure,” and in this very special workshop he will share lessons from his long experience in dealing with urban youth crime and violence.
Rudy Nimocks is Director of Community Partnerships at the University of Chicago
Course Code LAHPPP; Section 11W1
$60 Regular registration
Saturday, February 12, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. (one hour break for lunch)
Teacher Recertification CPDUs: 4