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Local Conversation Examines Improving Police-Community Relations


The Salt Lake City Public Library recently hosted a panel discussion focused on how citizens and police can work together to create a safe and peaceful space. Panelists included:

• Deeda Seed, member of the Community Coalition for Police Reform
• Tim Doubt, Chief of Staff for the Salt Lake City Police Department
• Jen Seelig, Director of Community Relations for the Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office
• Cal Noyce, former member of the Police Civilian Review Board

The event was moderated by University of Utah sociology professor Theresa Martinez, and took place in the Nancy Tessman Auditorium at the City Library the evening of Thursday, September 15, 2016.

KCPW was on hand to record the event, which can be heard below.

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