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SELECT BOARD Committee
ON PolicING Reforms
02/24/2021 | REMOTE MEETING
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Question of approving the meeting minutes from:
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
SUMMARY PRESENTATIONS BY SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIRS
•Civil Rights, Militarization, and Mass Events
•Community Outreach, Youth, Non-Traditional Roles
•Mental Health and Substance Misuse Disorders
•Personnel, Structure, and Mission
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