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- Reimagining Public Safety Community Task Force
Reimagining Public Safety Community Task Force
Transition accountability task force composed of twenty-one members of the public, including community organizations, individuals who were impacted by law enforcement, and law enforcement appointed to help prepare a plan to transition from Richmond's current "community policing" model to a plan conducive to a reduced police force. For more information, go to the Reimagining Public Safety webpage
Meets fourth Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom teleconference
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Stephanie Ny Stephanie_Ny@ci.richmond.ca.us
LaShonda White LaShonda_White@ci.richmond.ca.us
Guadalupe Morales Guadalupe_Morales@ci.richmond.ca.us
- The term-end date for all task force members was extended by City Council from September 30, 2021, to June 30, 2024.
- Pursuant to the City of Richmond’s Conflict of Interest Code, members will be required to complete a Fair Political Practices Commission, Statement of Economic Interests, Form 700 upon assuming or leaving office and annually during their term.
- 3 Vacancies (as of 3/3/2023) - Application
|Marisol Cantu||02/16/2021 (replaced Tania Pulido)||06/30/2024|