Buffalo Police Advisory Board to Host Community Meeting on March 10th - Re: Police Shooting

Community Conversation on December 2019 Police-Involved

Shooting.

 

On Tuesday, March 10th, the Police Advisory Board (PAB) will host a public event

with Black Love Resists in the Rust (BLRR) to address the Buffalo police-involved

shooting that occurred on December 29th, 2019. During a traffic stop at the

intersection of Lonsdale and Northland, a 30 year old man was shot by a Buffalo

Police Officer. BLRR has been actively working with residents who were impacted

by this shooting and seeks to start a conversation with Council Members, Police, and

the community. This is an opportunity for the family of the shooting victim and

Buffalo residents to voice concerns to the members of the Common Council on

policing and community-police relations in the City of Buffalo. The PAB has

previously hosted community forums and shared concerns and policy

recommendations with the Common Council and the Buffalo Police Department at

the Police Oversight Committee Meetings of the Common Council.

Details of Event:

Public Community Meeting:

Tuesday, March 10th, 2020

6:00pm

Delavan-Grider Community Center

877 East Delavan Avenue, Buffalo, NY

Background:

The PAB is an independent advisory committee created by the Buffalo Common

Council to focus on policing and community-police relations in the City of Buffalo.

Members of the Board are all volunteers and Buffalo residents who represent a

diverse range of backgrounds, neighborhoods, issues, expertise, and generations.

The PAB works by consulting with Buffalo residents and advocating on their behalf

by making recommendations to the Common Council and Buffalo Police

Department about how policing and community-police relationships can be

improved. Over the past 2 years, the PAB has issued reports and testified to the

Common Council on issues including the police body-worn camera policy, police

officer performance evaluations, community policing, officer trainings, and the

police union contract.

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