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SELECT BOARD Committee ON PolicING Reforms
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Webinar ID: 161 050 3805
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Approval of Minutes of September 9, 2020
Pre-Meeting Educational Presentations – Discussion of Presentations by Officers Pilgrim and Walker
Online Educational Programming
Work Plan – Consideration of Establishing Additional Subcommittees
Pre-Meeting Educational Presentations – Discussion of Presentations by Officers Pilgrim and Walker.
Community Outreach by Police Department – Walk and Talk Program
The Committee May also Discuss Other Topics on the Committee’s Work Plan
September 30 Joint Public Hearing with Task Force on Re-Imagining Policing
If there is time, the Committee may allow up to 15 minutes for public comment.
Next Committee on Policing Reforms Meeting
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