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Posted on: October 15, 2018

Attorney General 21/21 Community Policing Project

The Attorney General has asked the 21 County Prosecutors to organize quarterly public events to discuss issues relevant to community policing in the 21st century.

The Attorney General has asked the 21 County Prosecutors to organize quarterly public events to discuss issues relevant to community policing in the 21st century (the “21/21 Community Policing Project”). The goal of the project is to strengthen relationships between law enforcement officers and the communities they serve – and to address areas of concern before conflicts arise. Starting in spring 2018, each of the County Prosecutors will be responsible for organizing one meeting each on the following topics:

•    Spring 2018 (Apr-Jun) – Investigations of Officer-Involved Shootings

•    Summer 2018 (Jun-Aug) – Opioids

•    Fall 2018 (Sep-Nov) – Immigration Enforcement

•    Winter 2018-19 (Dec-Feb) – Bias Crimes

     

The events will include presentations and/or discussions on the quarterly topic. For a listing of scheduled public events contact your county prosecutor or visit the 21/21 Community Policing Project site.


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