Town Hall opens dialogue between community, police

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams held the first in a series of town halls Sunday to give residents the opportunity to discuss the rise in tensions between the community and the NYPD after several

News 12 Staff

Jan 19, 2015, 5:30 AM

Updated 3,412 days ago

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Town Hall opens dialogue between community, police
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams held the first in a series of town halls Sunday to give residents the opportunity to discuss the rise in tensions between the community and the NYPD after several recent acts of police violence.
The meeting covered topics ranging from police training to racial profiling to stop-and-frisk.
Adams plans to hold future meetings in person and via online video chats.
Several residents agreed that the meeting was just a first step in the healing process, but that it was a positive one.


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