Federal Law Enforcement Officials to Hold Public Community Policing Conversations
BIRMINGHAM – The U.S. Attorney’s Office, FBI and U.S. Marshal Service will hold community policing discussion sessions for the public in Birmingham and Huntsville next week as part of the Justice Department’s National Community Policing Week.
First Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert O. Posey, FBI Special Agent in Charge Roger C. Stanton and U.S. Marshal Martin C. Keely will be available Monday night, Oct. 3, in Birmingham, and Thursday night, Oct. 6, in Huntsville, for “A Community Conversation Addressing Police and Community Relations.”
The meetings will provide community members an opportunity to meet the panelists, learn the roles their agencies have in the justice system, and ask them questions on issues of public safety and community policing.
Monday’s Community Conversation will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Arrington Auditorium of the Birmingham Public Library, 2100 Park Place.
Thursday’s meeting will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Student Services Building Welcome Center Theater on the University of Alabama in Huntsville campus, 1201 John Wright Dr.
The meetings are free and open to the public. For more information contact Phillip Howard at email@example.com.