Living room conversations
WHAT ARE LIVING ROOM CONVERSATIONS?
LIVING ROOM CONVERSATION PROGRAM ASSESSMENT
These conversations are designed to bring together local community members and police officers in a way that is more comfortable and informal than traditional meetings. The small group setting promotes an open dialogue that allows participants to address neighborhood issues directly with officers who work in the area.
These discussions often include neighborhood safety concerns, the opportunity to get to know your local police officers and to ask those officers questions you may not otherwise have the opportunity to ask.
WHO CAN GO & WHERE ARE THEY HELD?
Any resident who lives within the Seattle City Limits are eligible attend a living room conversation - provided that they are either hosting the meeting or have been invited by the host or the host's designee.
Living Room Conversations are generally held at a community members residence or community facility that can accommodate up to 16 participants.
HOW DO I GET ONE STARTED?
The Community Outreach Section of the Seattle Police Department is seeking willing participation from local community and business members willing to take an active role in hosting a Living Room Conversation. Contact your neighborhoods community outreach officer to get more information and/or schedule a Living Room Conversation:
NORTH AND WEST PRECINCTS
Officer James Manning
206-423-9952 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Officer Jojo Cambronero
206-293-2749 | email@example.com
EAST AND WEST PRECINCTS
Officer Sina Ebinger
206-941-8457 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Officer Alex Chapackdee
206-255-8302 | email@example.com