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The first in a series of public meetings about public safety will be 5:30 p.m. Aug. 6. The meeting will be held virtually to allow as much participation as possible. The first conversation will discuss the results from the online survey launched in July, which sought feedback on the current state of public safety. Data gathered by the NYU School of Criminal Justice Lab will also be discussed. The session will allow for community input on policy and safety priorities as well as create space for residents to share about their experience. 

Deputy Mayor Dr. David Hampton will be emcee for the community conversation and several members of the city-county council will host the event.

“We continue to listen to our residents on how they perceive public safety throughout their communities and the changes they are expecting,” said Mayor Hogsett. “These community conversations are our unceasing commitment to the mission in creating equitable and fair enforcement of the law and safer neighborhoods.”


Deputy Mayor Dr. David Hampton

Majority Leader Maggie A. Lewis

Chairmen Leroy Robinson and Monroe Gray

Councillors John Barth, Crista Carlino, and Jessica McCormick


5:30 p.m. Aug. 6


Zoom Meeting


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