City-Community Reimagining Public Safety Task Force
The task force brings together City staff and community members to co-create a framework for public safety to be reimagined. This task force will meet regularly and provide recommendations for policy, cultural and structural changes to improve the quality of the public safety experience for all communities.
December 9, 4 p.m to 8 p.m, virtually on Zoom*. Members of the public are welcome to join the meeting.
*Zoom link to be posted soon.
Request a language interpreter by calling 3-1-1 no later than five days before the meeting you wish to attend.
9 de diciembre, de 4 p.m. a 8 p.m., virtualmente por Zoom*. Los miembros del público están invitados para acceder a la reunión. *El enlace de zoom se publicará próximamente.
Solicite un intérprete de español llamando al 3-1-1 al menos cinco días antes de la reunión a la que desea asistir.
Notes from past meetings
November 5, 2020
Task force members discussed finalizing working groups and received briefings about Reimagining 911 from Kerry O'Connor, Chief Innovation Officer, and progress on the Mental Health Diversion Initiative from Rey Arellano, Task Force Member, Assistant City Manager for Public Safety.
October 20, 2020
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September 10, 2020
A new member was introduced, the members reviewed and modified the draft governance document, agreed to vote on co-chairs at the beginning of the next meeting, and decided on the next meeting agenda. Read notes.
September 2, 2020
Members discussed priority areas and expectations with City leadership, reviewed their priorities for work, established Community Agreements, and decided on the next meeting agenda. Read notes.
August 24, 2020
Members discussed how they will work: public versus private meeting models, voting and decision making methods, group collaboration, and understanding the history of policing. Read notes.