Program Type:Educational, Town Event, Community Conversations
The Center for Policing Equity (CPE) is excited to announce the publication of the Clinton Police Department's Justice Navigator Assessment (JNA).
Members of the public are invited to learn what the data reveal about policing behaviors, policies, and practices in Clinton, CT at two events:
On Wed. 6/7 at 6:00 PM, CPE will share a Presentation of the Clinton Police Department’s Justice Navigator Assessment (JNA) at the Clinton Town Hall (54 East Main Street Clinton, CT).
- In-person and virtual participation are available for the presentation at Town Hall. There is no registration for in-person participation. To attend virtually, sign up here: bit.ly/42ZPdtr
On Thurs. 6/8 at 6:00 PM, CPE will be hosting a Community Roundtable at the Henry Carter Hull Library (10 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton, CT). Light refreshments will be served.
- Registration is recommended for this in-person event at Henry Carter Hull Library - To sign up, visit: bit.ly/41IZVn6
About The Center for Policing Equity:
The Center for Policing Equity (CPE) is a racial justice non-profit that empowers advocates, community groups, service providers, and municipal officials nationwide to redesign their public safety systems. Community engagement is an integral part of our ongoing work in Clinton and across the state of Connecticut. This community roundtable will gather residents' lived experiences and expertise to provide feedback on redesigning public safety systems that center, safeguard, and empower the Clinton community.
To learn more about the Center for Policing Equity, visit: https://policingequity.org/
If you have questions, contact CPE Senior Community Engagement Coordinator Ileana Mendoza at: firstname.lastname@example.org