JAMESTOWN – A task force seeking to reform policing policies in Jamestown is now looking for the public’s input about their newly drafted plan that will go before the city council later this month.
The proposed plan was released by leaders on Wednesday, containing goals and objectives for the Jamestown Police Department in both the short, medium, and long term.
The Jamestown Police Reform Task Force has held several stakeholder meetings over the past few months to hash out details of the plan.
The public comment period ends on Friday, March 12 at 5 p.m. so the group can make necessary changes before submitting the plan to Jamestown’s city council later in the month.
A public presentation of the finalized document will be held on Monday, March 22 with city lawmakers voting on the plan the following Monday.
Residents with input are asked to email email@example.com.