Thursday, October 18, 2018

Voice Your Concerns To The Police Department In This Town Hall

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Talk With The Police Department At This Town Hall

From The Office of Tricia Ramcharit, 
Outreach Coordinator
Civilian Complaint Review Board


I would like to cordially invite you and fellow members of the community to join us for our Queens Public Meeting on Wednesday, November 14 at 6:30 pm located at Saint Clare Catholic Academy, 137-25 Brookville Blvd. Rosedale, NY 11422.

This town hall style meeting is intended to open a dialogue with community leaders and residents of Queens in order to better understand police-community relations in the borough. It is a forum for the community to voice their concerns, offer insights, and share experiences with policing and police-community relations in the neighborhood. Members from the community are allowed to make a comment during the public session or sign-up
upon arrival to speak.

Elected officials, members of law enforcement, community leaders, residents, and media are expected to attend, including Council Member Donovan Richards.  You are encouraged to extend the invitation to your various networks and share the flyer on social media, as all are welcome. Here is a link to RSVP to the event, although it is not required for
entry.  Contact: (212) 912-7229

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Please bring any valid form of picture ID for entrance into the building
(school IDs are permissible).

I cannot emphasize how remiss we would be without your participation in
order to expand the dialogue on bettering police-community relations in the

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or if you would like
to schedule any CCRB presentations in the future.

I hope you have a great rest of the day and I look forward to seeing you on
November 14th!


Best Regards,

Tricia Ramcharit

Outreach Coordinator
Civilian Complaint Review Board
100 Church Street, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10007
(212) 912-7229
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