Tuesday, September 27, 2016

NPAC meets Wednesday, October 5

The North Precinct Advisory Council will meet:

Wednesday, October 5, 2016
7-8:30 p.m.
North Seattle College
Room CC1161, College Center Building

Guest speaker: Elliott Bronstein, from the Seattle Office of Civil Rights, will talk about Seattle's Race and Social Justice Initiative and about the Racial Equity Toolkit.

In November, guest speakers will be Brad Finegood and Patricia Sully from the King County Heroin and Prescription Opiate Addiction Task Force who will talk about task force recommendations.

During typical NPAC meetings, the first 30 minutes are for guest speakers. After that, NPAC members hear public safety-related reports from representatives from:
  • Seattle Police Department North Precinct leadership
  • North Precinct Community Police Team
  • North Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator
  • Seattle City Attorney's Office
  • King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office
  • Washington State Department of Corrections
  • Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board.
Reports are followed by about 5 minutes of NPAC business and meetings adjourn at 8:30. Community members may connect with representatives from the agencies listed above after the meeting.

NPAC meetings are open to the public and people concerned about public safety are encouraged to attend.

Sunday, September 4, 2016

NPAC meets September 7

The North Precinct Advisory Council will meet:

Wednesday, September 7, 2016
7-8:30 p.m.
North Seattle College
Room CC1161, College Center Building

Guest speaker: Debbie Goetz, Community Panning Coordinator, Office of Emergency Management, who will talk about community emergency hubs.

Future guest speakers are:

October: Seattle Office of Civil Rights (speaker invited) to talk about the Racial Equity Toolkit and how it may be used when planning public safety activities.

November: Brad Finegood and Patricia Sully from the King County Heroin and Prescription Opiate Addiction Task Force to talk about task force recommendations.

December: Networking, socializing, and identifying ongoing and emerging neighborhood public safety concerns.

During typical NPAC meetings, the first 30 minutes are for guest speakers. After that, NPAC members hear public safety-related reports from representatives from:
  • Seattle Police Department North Precinct leadership
  • North Precinct Community Police Team
  • North Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator
  • Seattle City Attorney's Office
  • King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office
  • Washington State Department of Corrections
  • Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board.
Reports are followed by about 5 minutes of NPAC business and meetings adjourn at 8:30. Community members may connect with representatives from the agencies listed above after the meeting.

NPAC meetings are open to the public and people concerned about public safety are encouraged to attend.