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Zoom: Town Hall with Police Advisory Board
May 20 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Buffalo Advisory Board hosts Virtual Town Hall on Policing: A Discussion of Current Policing Practices and the Future in Policing in Buffalo
This will be a space for participants to share their feelings on current local police practices and events, as well as an opportunity to share ideas on what policing should look like in the future.
The town hall will begin promptly at 7:30 PM. Participants can gain access through this link and password, which may be found on the BPAB Facebook page as well.
To join on Zoom: https://buffalo.zoom.us/j/99029234912?pwd=SlpqZzQ2ZzFCY3dTL2NjdUtHMkg4dz09&fbclid=IwAR0tAo6O2DCJk9Y3aufJnSvd9NztLAZvu6vqRAES2dK-lGjJ9zmqrl-CmdY
2) Enter Password: PABMeeting
To join by phone:
1) Call this telephone number: 1 646 558 8656
2) Enter meeting ID: 990 2923 4912 then press the # key
3) Password: PABMeeting
The BPAB is an independent advisory committee created by the Buffalo Common Council to focus on policing and community-police relations in the City of Buffalo. The BPAB engages community residents and make recommendations to the Common Council and Buffalo Police Department about how policing policy and community-police relationships can be improved. Over the past 3 years, the PAB has issued reports and testified to the Common Council on issues including the police body-worn camera policy, police officer performances evaluations, community policing, officer trainings, and the police union contract.