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File #: [20-0685]    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Appointment Status: Filed
File created: 9/24/2020 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 10/7/2020 Final action: 10/7/2020
Title: Appointments to the Reimagining Community Safety Task Force.
Attachments: 1. Ballot, 2. Applications, 3. RCSTF Master Ballot
Related files: [20-0732], [21-0224], [21-0338], [21-0593], [21-0734]
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Appointments to the Reimagining Community Safety Task Force.

Sabrina Oliver, Director/Town Clerk
Communications and Public Affairs
Amy Harvey, Deputy Town Clerk

Alisha Cordell, Administrative Assistant
Technology Solutions and CaPA

That the Council make appointments to the Reimagining Community Safety Task Force for 13 seats and two alternates.


* Recommendation

* Ballot

* Applications


TO: Mayor and Town Council

FROM: Council Committee: Recommendations for Reimagining Community Safety Task Force
(Council Members Jess Anderson, Hongbin Gu, Tai Huynh)

SUBJECT: Recommendation for the vacancy(s)

DATE: October 1, 2020

RECOMMENDATION: The Council Committee: Recommendations for Reimagining Community Safety Task Force met on Thursday, October 1, 2020 and by a unanimous vote made the following recommendation(s) to the Town Council for consideration:

* Delores Bailey
* Robert Campbell
* Jamesha Cannon-Phillips
* Marcus Farrow
* Emma Ferriola-Bruckenstein
* Desmond Frierson
* Paris Miller
* Heather Nash
* Eliazar Posada
* Ehmu Ra
* Jeremy Roberson
* Matthew Sullivan
* Shugong Wang
* Jaclyn E Gilstrap, Alternate
* Malcolm Hunter, Alternate


BACKGROUND: The Committee aimed to reflect the diversity in community representation, including age, race, emphasis with lived experience, criminal justice involvement and to reflect the diversity explicitly outlined in the resolution. The Committee sought a good mix of people with different perspectives who were knowledgeable and had first-hand experiences, would work well together, and could reach out into these communities.

The Committee realizes that men are slightly overrepresented in the recommendation. However, this seems aligned given statistics around justice involvement.

Note: Communications and Public Affairs notes that the Council Committee: Recommendations for Reimagi...

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