20/20 Presentations meetings:
One of the best ways to explain the progress and details of the 20/20 Plan and to answer community concerns and questions is through in person meetings. The 20/20 plan has a team of experts drawn from the Seattle Police Department and SPD Officers that has met with the following community groups:
- Minority Executive Directors Coalition Task Force on Police Accountability (individual members include ACLU of Washington, Asian Counseling & Referral Services, John T. Williams Organizing Committee, The May First Action Coalition, Red Eagle Soaring Native Youth Theatre, Tlingit & Haida of WA, The Defender Association, El Centro De La Raza, Consejo, Mothers for Police Accountability, CANOES, Columbia Legal Services, American Friends Service Committee, Minority Executive Directors Coalition)
- Downtown Seattle Association
- Millionaire’s Club
- Faith Action Network
- Greater Seattle Church Council
- Human Rights Commission,
- LGBT Commission
- Immigrant & Refugee Commission
- Women’s Commission
- People with Disabilities Commission
SAFE COMMUNITIES MEETINGS:
The Mayor’s Office and the Seattle Police Department are working together on the Safe Communities Outreach Mission. Part of the SPD 20/20 Plan, Safe Communities seeks to ensure the City is meeting our goal of reducing crime and creating the safest possible neighborhoods.
Find out more about Safe Communities at seattle.gov/safe
You can also share your input on safety.