How to Create a Representative and Open Public Review Process

This virtual workshop, the last of a three-part series hosted in partnership with Cities United and the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, provides educational tools and analysis on the spectrum of policing and public safety options, alternative public safety models, and community-centered review processes.


Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor
Obama Foundation

Devin Anderson, Lead Organizer
Wisconsin Voices African American Roundtable

Shari Davis, Executive Director
Participatory Budgeting Project

Reggie Moore, Director
City of Milwaukee Office of Violence Prevention

Michael Tubbs, Mayor
City of Stockton, California

Sagacity Walker, Program Manager
Everyday Democracy

Acquanetta Warren, Mayor
City of Fontana, California

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