Policy Chats
Policy Chats
Dec 10, 2021
Crime Prevention (with Michael Ramos)
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In this episode, Former District Attorney of San Bernardino County Michael Ramos talks with a student from the UC Riverside School of Public Policy about Crime Prevention.

About Michael Ramos:

Michael A. Ramos was elected as San Bernardino County’s District Attorney in 2003 and served in the position until 2019. He currently serves as one of the External Relations Directors for the Robert Presley Center of Crime and Justice Studies at the UCR School of Public Policy.

Learn more about Michael Ramos via https://presleycenter.ucr.edu/about/people#external_relations_directors

Podcast Highlights:

“Not every family has that, and so when they get to that point where they start their education, they're already behind.”

-       Michael Ramos on the impact education has on kids who miss pre-school.

“I think that's where our communities need to step up....it really comes down to our local communities, mayors, cities councils...”

-       Michael Ramos on the importance of local communities in helping kids beyond school. 

“I think that people are curious about people's backgrounds and are more open to learning about one another.”

-       Michael Ramos on the societal and cultural changes that are creating new ideas.


Michael Ramos (Former District Attorney)


Kevin Karami (UCR Public Policy Major, Dean’s Chief Ambassador)

Music by:

C Codaine



Upbeat Emotive by Fretbound


Video Link: https://youtu.be/F_8EMeRnd40

Commercial Links:


Commercial Credits: Eboni Odior, Johanna Arias

This is a production of the UCR School of Public Policy: https://spp.ucr.edu/

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