Public Safety Listening Sessions
We will be holding 3 Community Council listening sessions in November with Jason Cooper, Division Manager – Criminal Justice Initiatives and Collaborative Agreement Sustainability, Elena Morton Comeaux, Commander of the Collaborative Agreement Compliance Unit, and Elizabeth Bartley, ED, Invest in Neighborhoods and member of MAG Advisory Council.
The purpose of the listening sessions are to gain insight from Community Council leaders and members on improving relationships between Community Councils and CPD at the neighborhood level as part of a broader effort to address crime and disorder and improve community-police relations.
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Recent events across the country continue to highlight the ongoing importance of strong, collaborative relationships between local police and the communities they protect. It is important now more than ever that Cincinnati stays ahead of the curve. As the nation has observed, trust between law enforcement agencies and the people they protect and serve is essential to the stability of our communities, the integrity of our criminal justice system, and the safe and effective delivery of policing services.
Objective is to create a platform and meaningful opportunities for Community Council leadership and members to voice their opinions in addressing the recommendations and findings from the Collaborative Refresh. These listening sessions are the beginning of a series of discussions and forums – the first step is listening to you!
For more information on the Collaborative Refresh and Community Police Partnering, go to the Collaborative Refresh web site and the Manager’s Advisory Group pages