The Topeka City Council’s Police & Community Special Committee met Friday, June 3, and a draft document was presented, summarizing proposed recommendations pertaining to the Topeka Police Department.
The draft is a working document, and further revisions by the Committee are possible. Members of the community can view the draft document online at https://www.topeka.org/citycouncil/police-community/. The direct link can be found here.
The Policy & Community Special Committee will meet again on Friday, June 10 at 2:00 p.m. at the Holliday Building to review the draft document, and make any revisions as a group. Members of the public can listen to the meeting in person, or watch the meeting live on Facebook, the City4 Livestream, or on Cox Local Channel 4.
The Committee will then host a Public Input Session on Friday, June 17 at 2:00 p.m. at the Holliday Building. Members of the community wishing to make public comment can do so in person, via Zoom, or by submitting an email or letter in advance of the meeting. To sign up to speak, or to learn more about the public comment process, visit https://www.topeka.org/cityclerk/sign-up-to-speak-at-a-governing-body-meeting/.
To learn more about the Police & Community Special Committee, visit https://www.topeka.org/citycouncil/police-community/.