Spokane Police Chief Craig Meidl will be the guest speaker at a Community Conversation event on Tuesday, March 27. The event is open to the public and will run from 6:30 to 8pm in the Mason Room of the West Central Community Center (1603 N Belt).
The PeTT Committee will host members of the city council, the police department, the streets department, and the parks department for a forum to discuss the imposition of 20 MPH speed limits around all city parks and certain residential areas the city council may chose to designate. EVERYONE IS INVITED! Tuesday, March 27 at 6pm West Central Community Center (1603 N Belt), Contact Paul Kropp, PeTT chair, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (509) 638-5854 for further information.
The Neighborhood Councils of District 1 are pleased to present: A Conversation with Spokane Police Chief Craig Meidl Date: March 21st, 2017 Time: 6-8 pm Location: North East Community Center 4001 N Cook Assembly Room Get to know your Police Chief first hand This is an opportunity to ask those burning questions regarding crime/safety in your Neighborhood Free refreshments Please join us and get involved in crime prevention in your Neighborhood Be part of the solution
Spokane Police Department and the NATIVE Project are partnering to hold a Native Community & Police Forum on Thursday, March 16, from 6:00-9:00 pm at the NATIVE Project “Great Room” at 1803 W. Maxwell, Spokane WA 99201. The forum’s purpose is to establish and strengthen partnerships with Native American/Alaskan Native communities in the urban Spokane area. Dr. Raymond Reyes will be moderating. All members of the community are invited and encouraged to attend. The Police Advisory Committee (PAC) is holding…
The Spokane Police Department invites citizens to a Police & Community Forum on Thursday, February 23 from 6-9 pm at the Salvation Army, 222 E. Indiana Avenue. The forum will consist of a panel discussion of community members and law enforcement, a question and answer time with the audience, and small group discussion. Different community members serve on the panels each month to bring a variety of perspectives (e.g., Spokane Tribe, Refugee Connections Spokane, Asian Pacific Islander Coalition, OutSpokane representatives)….