Police Reform Initiatives Survey

Event date: 1/13/2021 12:00 AM - 3/15/2021 12:00 AM Export event

Police Reform Initiatives Survey

Monroe County Alliance for Transformation of Community and Police (MCATCP)

Dear Friends,

                Over the last several months it has been my honor to be part of a community collaboration called the Monroe County Alliance for Transformation of Community and Police (MCATCP).  The mission of this group is to create a healthy alliance between Monroe County communities and police.

Our members include representatives from police agencies across the community as well as a diverse cross-section of community stakeholders.  We have made great progress in our work and now we are calling on you to weigh-in with your thoughts and opinions.

Please accept this invitation to participate in a brief survey. The result of your efforts will become an integral part of a final report which will be sent to Albany and will significantly impact the future design of community/police engagement policy.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Yours in Service

Chief MJB

Click here to link survey: https://forms.gle/h9jb6wC66t3nbYDq7

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