Thurs., June 10,
5:30-7 p.m., Maintenance & Operations Building, 12301 Claude Court, or www.northglenn.org/virtualtownhall
The community is invited to participate in a panel and discussion on hate crimes. This is an opportunity for all to ask questions and discuss concerns.
- Community members will talk about their experiences.
- Police Chief Jim May will speak on the process of what happens when someone reports a suspected hate crime.
- District Attorney Brian Mason will explain what constitutes a hate crime and discuss hate crime laws in general.
- An FBI officer will offer a federal perspective on addressing hate crimes.
- A victim advocate will talk about resources available to the public.
For more details, contact Assistant to the City Manager Rupa Venkatesh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720.376.8069.