Date: Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Location: St Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church, 1525 Newton St NW, Upstairs Auditorium (16th-Street Side)
Topic: Violent Hate Crimes & Bias Crimes in Our Community
Featuring: GLOV (DC's LGBT Anti-Violence Task Force), Metropolitan Police Department Special Liaison Unit, and the DC Office on Latino Affairs
Format: Panel Discussion followed by small-group discussions
Please come and bring your neighbors! Open to the public, free-of-charge, free refreshments
RSVPs are appreciated (by return e-mail)
The last Northwest Columbia Heights Community Association's Public Forum on Criminal Justice was Tuesday, February 15th and our topics were ex-offender reentry, and nuisance crimes. Our panelists included Courtney Stewart, Co-founder of the Reentry Network for Returning Citizens, AUSA Shana Fulton, the Deputy Chief of General Crimes from the US Attorney's Office, along with several community members. Many thanks to all our panelists, and all who came out to participate. Special thanks to all those who helped with set-up, sign-in, clean-up, refreshments, the sound system and all other tasks/services that were required to make our event a success.
For those who attended NWCHCA's February Community Public Forum:
There's still time to submit a satisfaction survey. Please take a few minutes to answer 15 survey questions. We would really appreciate your input to find out how we did with this event and to improve future programs. Please submit by Sunday, February 27th.