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Flagstaff Police Department Citizens Liaison Committee to hold public meeting at Flagstaff High School on Sept. 14

sept-14FLAGSTAFF — The Flagstaff Police Department Citizens Liaison Committee will hold its next quarterly public meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14 at Flagstaff High School, 400 W. Elm Ave., Flagstaff.

Receive feedback from the Flagstaff Police Department on citizen input from the committee’s open house meeting on June 22 at the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association and a brief presentation on the use of body cameras by police officers.

The volunteer community group was formed following discussions with the community in early 2014 and is supported by a grant from the Arizona Community Foundation, the Flagstaff Community Foundation and the Forest Highlands Foundation.

Members work to improve the communications process between the department and the community, encourage community members to submit complaints without fear of retribution and provide a proactive informational forum to address community concerns when incidents and issues arise.

The entire community is invited to be a part of this meeting. Light refreshments will be provided. If special accommodations  are needed, please contact the Flagstaff Police Department at 928-779-3646 at least 48 hours in advance of the scheduled meeting date/time.

Flagstaff Police Department Citizens Liaison Committee to hold next quarterly meeting at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church Cultural Center on March 10

03-10-16 Community MeetingFLAGSTAFF — The Flagstaff Police Department Citizens Liaison Committee will hold its next quarterly meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 10 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church Cultural Center (The Basement), 224 S. Kendrick St., Flagstaff.

Participants will:

  • Receive feedback from the Flagstaff Police Department on citizen input from the committee’s first open house meeting of Dec. 10, 2015
  • Hear a brief presentation by community members of the committee on the progress to develop a strategic plan for the new organization
  • Have an opportunity to ask or submit questions to the committee on public safety, community relations and other issues affecting the community
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Community members and representatives from the Flagstaff Police Department Citizens Liaison Committee take part in the group’s inaugural gathering on Dec. 10, 2015 at the Murdoch Center, Flagstaff. Photo by Frank X. Moraga / AmigosNAZ ©2016

About the committee: The group was formed following discussions with the community in early 2014 and is supported by a grant from the Arizona Community Foundation, the Flagstaff Community Foundation and the Forest Highlands Foundation. Members will work to improve the communications process between the department and the community, encourage community members to submit complaints without fear of retribution and provide a proactive informational forum to address community concerns when incidents and issues arise. Members represent a cross-section of the community and include  Roxana Cardiel De Niz, Scott Deasy, Jessie Dominguez, Deborah Harris, Kathryn Jim, Pit Kolodinsky, Laura Longoria, Frank X. Moraga, Marianne Sullivan, Rose Toehe, Kevin Treadway, Walt Miller and Lina H. Wallen.

Send an email to KTreadway@coconino.az.govnaic.iaf@gmail.comsdeasy@aol.com or fmoraga@amigosnaz.com for more information