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Date:
February 17, 2021
Time:
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Location:
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Committee on Policing Reforms Meeting 2.17.21 at 5 PM via Zoom

Wednesday, February 17, 2021


SELECT BOARD Committee

ON PolicING Reforms

02/17/2021 | REMOTE MEETING

Please click this URL to Register & Find the Information to Join as an Attendee via your Confirmation Email:

https://brooklinema.zoomgov.com/s/1607201423?pwd=NWZodjFSMk41RTAvOEtRZmVJM28yZz09

To Join by Phone: +1 646 828 7666

Webinar ID: 160 720 1423

Password: 76664090

To Watch and Comment:

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1.

ANNOUNCEMENTS/UPDATES



5:00 PM

The Chair and Committee members will have the opportunity to provide updates, make announcements, or offer comments.


2.

MEETING MINUTES



Question of approving the meeting minutes from January 27, 2021, and January 10, 2021.


3.

FOLLOW ON FEBRUARY 10, 2021 TASKS



• Police survey – update

• Plans for public hearing on February 24

• Public hearing on issues re hiring police chief - discussion


4.

SUBCOMMITTEE UPDATES



Reports on Status of Subcommittee Reports and Recommendations; Possible Committee Votes

• Personnel, Structure, and Mission

• Accountability

• Civil Rights, Militarization, and Mass Events

• Community Outreach, Youth, Non-Traditional Roles

• Mental Health and Substance Abuse


5.

MISCELLANEOUS



The Committee may take up other matters related to the Committee’s Charge.

Future meetings of the Committee will be held on February 24 and March 1.  Subcommittees will meet on their schedules as posted on the Town’s Calendar.


6.

PUBLIC COMMENT



If time permits, there will be 15 minutes available for public comment at 3 minutes per person.

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