Second forum on improving community & law enforcement relations to be held Saturday
There will be a second community forum focusing on strengthening the relationship between the community and law enforcement this Saturday.
Winchester Mayor John David Smith Jr. will moderate the July 25 event that will be held from 1 to 3:30 p.m. The forum will be held in person at Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart Elementary and virtually via Zoom. In-person capacity will be limited.
There will be contributions from Pastor Kevin Wilson, Troy Sloane, Shayla Cary, Stephan Johnson, Latasha Do’zia, Gwen Borders-Walker, Corissa Hubbard, Vivian Walker, Hussein Rashawn, Chief Piper and Sheriff Les Taylor.
The event is a community collaboration between the City of Winchester, City of Winchester Police Department, Frederick County/Winchester Law Enforcement Foundation, NAACP, Unique Hoops, I’m Just Me Movement and United Way of the Northern Shenandoah Valley.
To register for the community forum, visit unitedwaynsv.org.
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