Posted on January 10, 2022
Learn about the successes and challenges that civilian oversight practitioners are dealing with across Texas, and find out how four major Texas cities are sowing the seeds of change and accountability in law enforcement at an upcoming virtual panel discussion.
The Changing Landscape of Civilian Oversight in Texas will take place from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday January 29, via Webex. Register online by 25 january.
Registrants will receive an email with a list of opportunities to participate, including Webex, Facebook, and FWTV. The discussion will be recorded and made available for future viewing.
Virtual chat is ideal for academics, community members, elected officials, journalists, government officials, and law enforcement. The event is hosted by the Fort Worth Office of Police Oversight Monitor.
- Tonya McClary, Police Director and Supervisor at the Community Police Oversight Office in Dallas.
- Crystal Okorafor, Assistant Inspector General in the Office of Police Reform and Accountability in Houston.
- Anni-Michele Evans, Policy Compliance Consultant with the Austin Police Oversight Bureau.
- Kim Neal, Director and Police Monitor, Office of the Police Monitor, Fort Worth.
The moderator will be Cameron McEllhiney, director of training and education for the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement.
Participants can send any questions or topics that they would like the panelists to discuss via email or by calling 817-392-6535 via 25 january.
For more information, contact the Fort Worth Office of Police Oversight Monitor by email or 817-392-6535.
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