Community will have multiple opportunities to participate in virtual town halls; LFPL option available
LOUISVILLE, KY (RIOT) – Mayor Craig Greenberg announced on Friday two town hall discussions to allow community members to provide input on what characteristics and qualities they would like to see in the next permanent Chief of Police for Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD). These town halls are another way Mayor Greenberg is collecting information from the community after previously releasing an online survey that received more than 1,100 responses.
“Our next permanent Chief of Police needs to have a firm understanding of what the community expects of them, and these town halls are a great chance for community members to make their voices heard,” Mayor Greenberg said. “I appreciate everyone who participated in the online survey, and I hope everyone also takes this opportunity to provide valuable input.”
The town hall discussion will be conducted by Justin Doll, senior consultant at Public Sector Search & Consulting, an organization assisting the Mayor’s Office with the selection process for the next permanent Chief of Police. The information, including Zoom links, for the discussions can be found below.
Monday, May 15th Discussion
Meeting ID: 813 6201 6621
Saturday, May 20th Discussion
Meeting ID: 848 2667 8343
Either of the virtual town halls can be joined on a PC, tablet or smartphone
For those community members who need connectivity assistance, four branches of the Louisville Free Public Library are making space available to participate. The participating branches are:
DIRECT PRESS RELEASE FROM LOUISVILLE METRO
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