About Catherine Milton

Catherine MiltonIn the 1970s, Catherine Milton was responsible for a number of innovations in police reform, including pioneering the concept of having women assigned to regular police patrol duties. Her book, Women in Policing (1972, Police Foundation), started a national conversation when there were fewer than a dozen women nationwide doing patrol work.

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Milton Fund for Innovation

Catherine H. Milton Fund for Student Innovation in Public Service

Catherine Milton"There is nothing more rewarding in life than knowing that your work, your idea, is making a positive difference in the lives of others. Students often know they want to make that difference but don’t know how. The ones who succeed are the ones who have that strong passion for an issue.

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Make a Bequest

Haas building with bikerWhen you make a bequest for the Haas Center you not only create a legacy for public service at Stanford, you also contribute to the greater good by investing in the next generation of public service leaders.

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Letter from the Directors

Dear Friends,

The Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford University made significant strides in 2013-14. With renewed support from the university and our generous donors and friends, the Haas Center is sustaining proven programs and expanding in innovative ways to meet the evolving needs of students.

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