Improving Public Safety Town Hall Meetings — Thursday, May 9th
Short-Term Strategies, Long-Term Solutions: Improving Public Safety in Oakland – Mayor Jean Quan and the City of Oakland will host the next in a series of town hall meetings seeking input from neighborhoods across the city on public safety priorities to incorporate into a comprehensive crime reduction and suppression strategic plan. Led by Strategic Policy Partnership, the meetings intend to explain the overall strategy to develop or strengthen strategic planning, improved data systems and neighborhood policing in relation to both short-term and long-term crime reduction strategies.
The meetings are structured as a conversation between neighbors and City leaders including Mayor Jean Quan, City Administrator Deanna J. Santana, City Councilmembers, Police Chief Howard Jordan and members of the OPD Command Staff.
To view a video of a meeting held on March 6, please visit http://bit.ly/16LJkzI. The next town hall meetings will be held on:
Thursday, May 9 at 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. (Special Town Hall Meeting for Youth) at Laney College Forum, 900 Fallon Street. Click HERE to download the flyer from Neighborhood Services.
We urge you to take the time to join the dialogue about Public Safety. We hope that voices will be raised to include the Oakland Unite Programs in the Public Safety present and future strategy.