Raleigh Police Department's Face-to-Face Report

News posted Sep. 07, 2016 - 10:30 am
RPD Face-to-Face report

In December 2015 and January 2016, the City of Raleigh Police Department conducted four Face-to-Face meetings consisting of both community members and police officers. These round tables were designed such that everyone had a voice and an opportunity to share.

Our Face-to-Face report provides background about the Face-to-Face development process, summaries surrounding key topics that consistently arose for discussion during our meetings, and, perhaps of the greatest interest to many, a status report on the follow-up steps taken by the Police Department since January.

In some respects, these steps involved matters that the Department could do on its own based upon what it heard from the community. In other instances, the follow-up measures involved the ongoing community collaboration to which the Department is committed.

The Face-to-Face report is available below for download.

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