The Michigan United Detroit Pastoral Alliance for Change presents:
Ferguson to Detroit: A Conversation About Police and the Community
On Thursday night, the Michigan United Detroit Pastoral Alliance for Change will explore the current state of the relationship between police and the community they were meant to serve and protect.
Even as there are calls for more police oversight following the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, a new consent
agreement has lifted federal oversight of Detroit police after 11 years. Was this premature or is Detroit now a model for
police conduct nationwide? Are there ways the community can be more involved in law enforcement? What challenges do you face in your neighborhood? What improvements have you seen?
We need your input as we explore the state of community policing in Detroit and look for ways to better our relationship.
Please join us.
5:30 PM Thursday, September 18th
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
Detroit, MI 48212
Voter Registration will be available
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A Conversation About Police and the Community Tomorrow in Detroit was originally published on wchbnewsdetroit.com