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from 19 News: Cleveland’s United Way & NAACP hosts 3rd community conversation on policing and consent decree

Posted March 10, 2021
11:00 am

Written by Stephanie Czekalinski in 19 News on 03/10/2021

The United Way of Greater Cleveland and the Cleveland Branch of the NAACP are holding their third Community Conversation Wednesday.

The conversation is part of an 11-month long dialogue on police reform that is mandated through the Consent Decree between Cleveland police and the U.S. Department of Justice.

The conversation is free and open to the public and is held virtually. Watch it below.

Wednesday’s panel conversation is on accountability, transparency, and oversight within the Cleveland Division of Police. The panel is moderated by Colleen Cotter, the executive director of the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland.

The panelists include:

Karrie Howard, director, Department of Public Safety, City of Cleveland

Richard Jackson, retired Sergeant, Cleveland Division of Policea

Shakyra Diaz, chief of staff, Alliance for Safety and Justice

Click here to read the full article in 19 News. 

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