Watertown Citizens Group to Hear from Joint Groups Looking at Police Reform at April Meeting

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The following information was provided by Watertown Citizens for Peach Justice and the Environment:

The Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice and the Environment will hold its April Monthly Meeting on Wednesday April 21 at 7:00 pm, online. The April monthly meeting of Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice and the Environment will feature presentations by the Watertown Joint Police Reform Group.

The group comprises an alliance of three local teams: Uplift Watertown, the Kingian Response Team, and Watertown Citizens for Black Lives (a working group of WCPJE). The Police Reform group will present updates on multiple projects that seek to bring more accountability, transparency, communication and trust between the Watertown Police Department and our community.

Following the presentations there will be ample time for questions and general discussion. In light of the ongoing national call for police reform we know this will be a lively and informative program. The meeting will begin at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, April 21. You are welcome to join us for a chat at 6:45 pm. All are welcome to join us. The link is posted on our website: http://watertowncitizens.org/

5 thoughts on “Watertown Citizens Group to Hear from Joint Groups Looking at Police Reform at April Meeting

  1. Watertown has always had a responsive and responsible police force. What is there to reform? Be grateful for those who prtect you.

  2. I guess they having nothing else to do. Looking for a problem that doesn’t exist. I haven’t heard of any racial issues or brutality in the Watertown police department. I’m tired of these groups and their divisiveness.

  3. Maybe it would be worthwhile to listen to the people and hear what they have to say before you dismiss it as wrong or nonexistent. Other people may have had different experiences.

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