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Date:
November 4, 2020
Time:
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location:
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Committee on Policing Reforms Meeting 11.4.20 at 5 PM via Zoom

Wednesday, November 4, 2020


SELECT BOARD Committee ON PolicING Reforms

11/04/2020 |REMOTE MEETING

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Webinar ID: 161 668 8198

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1.

MISCELLANEOUS



Question of approving the following meeting minutes:

September 25, 2020

October 7, 2020

October 21, 2020


2.

DISCUSSION ITEMS


2.A.

Educational: Discussion of TED Talk by Dr. Philip Goff on analyzing racism as behaviors not as attitudes and its relevance to policing. Please review before meeting as it will not be shown at the meeting:  https://youtu.be/t0Cr64zCc38 (12:13)


2.B.

Discussion of the police department’s database software as a potentially rich source of information for both the Reform Committee and the Reimagining Task Force from Ronald Wilkinson.


2.C.

Report on Educational Materials from Bernard Greene.


3.

UPDATES



Subcommittee Updates:

  • Personnel, Structure and Mission
  • Accountability
  • Civil Rights, Militarization, and Mass Events
  • Community Outreach, Youth, Non-Traditional Roles
  • Online Education



The Committee may also discuss other topics on the Committee's Work Plan


4.

NEXT MEETING – COMMITTEE ON POLICING REFORMS



Future meetings of the Committee will be held every other week. Next meeting will be November 18, 2020; this is on the second day of Town Meeting, but 2 hours before Town Meeting begins.  Subcommittees will meet on their schedules as posted on the Town’s Calendar.


5.

PUBLIC COMMENT



If time permits, the committee will allow for up to fifteen minutes of public comment.

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