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Body-Worn Cameras for Tacoma Police: A Community Conversation
August 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm PDT
Join us for “Body-Worn Cameras for Tacoma Police: A Community Conversation” hosted by the City of Tacoma’s Citizen Police Advisory Committee (CPAC) on August 13, 2020 from 6-7:30 p.m.
Starting in January 2021, the City of Tacoma will begin to require Body-Worn Cameras to be worn by the Tacoma Police Department (all uniform and police officers). Body-Worn Cameras are used by law enforcement to record interactions (both audio and visual) with the community and to gather video evidence at crime scenes. Learn more at https://www.cityoftacoma.org/bodycameras.
At this Community Conversation, the City of Tacoma will give a presentation on Body-Worn Cameras and then we will break out into groups to gather feedback from the community.
Thursday, August 13, 2020
This event will be on Zoom. We will open the Zoom meeting at 5:55 PM and begin the event a few minutes after 6 PM.
Join Zoom Meeting at
Meeting ID: 895 6661 8563
If you would like to listen in on the conversation, dial (253) 215-8782 (Webinar ID: 895 6661 8563).
Learn more about CPAC by visiting https://www.cityoftacoma.org/government/committees_boards_commissions/citizen_police_advisory_committee.
About Transforming Tacoma:
This event is part of a series of monthly community conversations about programs and policies connected to our goal of transforming the City of Tacoma into an anti-racist organization. We know residents of our city have long been committed to anti-racism work and so we want to hear from you. We want to work alongside you. Transformation can only happen through dialogue, engagement, and learning—together. Learn more at cityoftacoma.org/transform.