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SFPD TOP COP SELECTION PROCESS AND TENDERLOIN RESIDENTS

Date:
Thursday, March 19, 2009
Time:
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Event Type:
Meeting
Organizer/Author:
David James Villa-Lobos
Email:
Location Details:
Event will be held at the Tenderloin Police Station in their Community Room; 301 Eddy Street @ Jones

The Community Leadership Alliance is bringing a panel of police commissioners to the Tenderloin to answer questions about the selection of the new SFPD Chief. Community input is important and we need residents of the Tenderloin to come out, show solidarity and engage in this important process. These officials work for all of us and we need your important to start re-building our community!!!

Tenderloin residents (!) this is your time to speak up for our neighborhood!

MODERATOR: Peter Jamison, SF WEEKLY

PANEL: Members of the SF Police Commission

1.) The panel of POLICE COMMISSIONER/S will be asked to explain to the audience the official process for selecting a new SFPD Chief, and how citizen input will be used in the selection process.

2.) The citizens of San Francisco will be afforded the opportunity to share with the panel what they personally feel the SFPD could/should be doing to be more efficient. Share their ideas for improving community policing practices in San Francisco.

DATE: Thursday, March 19th 2009

TIME: 6:00 - 7:30PM

PLACE: Tenderloin Police Station Community Room 301 Eddy Street (X Jones)

Sponsored By: Community Leadership Alliance

Co-Sponsors: Tenderloin Boys-Girls Club, Tenderloin Block Captains Association
Added to the calendar on Tue, Mar 10, 2009 12:15PM
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