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On July 14, 2021, Mayo Bartlett was featured as a panelist on a News 12 Town Hall “Justice For All,” Where he discussed best practices in policing.
Mayo Bartlett is a member of the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Board of Visitors, and received the Law Leadership Award from the Law School on March 10, 2022.
Mayo was also appointed by Governor Kathy Hochul to serve on the New York State Commission on Prosecutorial Conduct.
On June 15, 2022, Mayo appeared on a panel to address Hate Crimes at the Westchester County Courthouse with NY Attorney General Tish James, Senator Andrea Stewart Cousins, Westchestchester County Executive George Latimer, Westchester County DA Mimi Rocah, and other community leaders.
Mayo Bartlett was featured on various news outlets for his efforts as co-chair of the Westchester County Task Force for Police Reform and Re-imagining the police. The Story, Westchester County In The Process Of Examining Dozens Of Police Reform Recommendations, was featured by Tony Aiello on CBS 2 in the New York City metropolitan area. Mayo was also featured on the Power and Politics segment of News 12 for his work on the Task Force.
In February 2022, Mayo provided a CLE for the Westchester County Bar Association, the Westchester Black Bar Association and the Westchester Women's Barr Association on the MRTA, New York's new Cannabis law.
On April 13, 2022, Mayo lectured at NYU on policing, policy and civil rights advocacy.