Kingston’s Re-envision Public Safety Task Force met last week for a two-hour series of public presentations from task force members. The presentations touched on a wide array of issues, transparency, accountability, community policing programs, training, and community engagement. The meeting was meant to give the public an opportunity to provide input to the group, which will present its recommendations to the Kingston Common Council in the coming months.
The task force was organized last summer following an executive order from the governor requiring all local governments to adopt a policing reform plan by April 2021. Task force . . .
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