City seeks feedback on police interaction with public

The City of Ann Arbor wants to hear resident’s perspectives, concerns and suggestions regarding the Ann Arbor Police Department and its interaction with the Ann Arbor community.

An open community forum is scheduled for Tuesday, June 13 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Bryant Community Center (3 West Eden Court, Ann Arbor) to help guide efforts to advance the operations, staff, policies, procedures, accountability systems and training of the Ann Arbor Police Department.

At this listening session, representatives from Hillard Heintze, the assessment service provider, will be present to introduce the project goals and hear from community members.

In addition, perspectives, concerns and suggestions regarding the Ann Arbor Police Department and the Department’s interaction with the Ann Arbor Community are also welcome via email at [email protected].

This event is for community members and will not be interactive with the Ann Arbor Police Department.

 

 

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