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Meeting Name: COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE COMMISSION Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/29/2020 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall, Room 301-B
This is a virtual meeting. Individuals wishing to participate may request the access link via e-mail from the staff assistant.
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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   1. Roll call.

Minutes note: Meeting convened: 10:05 A.M. Members present: Tim Baack, Nathaniel Hamilton, Pamela Malone, Camilla Mays, Will Perry, Fred Royal, Tammy Rivera, Damien Smith, Huezong Yang and Gina Zarcone, Amy Orta, Jeff Roman and Stephen Jansen. Members excused: Shawn Muhammad, Christine Neumann-Ortiz, and Jamaal Smith
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   2. Administration of the oath by the City Clerk.

Minutes note: City Clerk Jim Owczarski administered the oath to members.
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   3. Welcome from President Johnson.

Minutes note: President Johnson thanked members for their past service on the Committee and for being willing to serve on the Commission.
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   4. Welcome from Ald. Ashanti Hamilton.

Minutes note: Ald. Hamilton thanked members for being willing to serve on this body during this difficult time.
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   5. Welcome by Mr. Fred Royal on behalf of the former Executive Committee.

Minutes note: Mr. Royal read the statement of Ms. Markasa Tucker, contained in the file. Mr. Royal said they have been working to be heard.
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   6. Introduction of members by Ms. Arlisia McHenry

Minutes note: Members introduced themselves as Ms. McHenry called their names.
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   7. Presentation on Robert's Rules of Order by the City Clerk, Jim Owczarski.

Minutes note: City Clerk Jim Owczarski gave his presentation on basic rules of Robert's Rules of Order.
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   8. History and evolution of the Committee and the Commission by Ms. Tammy Rivera

Minutes note: Ms. Rivera walked through the PowerPoint presentation from the Community Collaborative Committee contained in file 200315 on the work and the creation of this Commission. Mr. Roman also presented the 11 findings and key committee member perspectives. The CCC's task is to take those 11 findings and make recommendations to the Fire and Police Commission. The 11 were divided into four categories, but the Committee only had time to make recommendations for 2 of the categories, so the Commission will continue that work. Ms. Rivera stressed the need that CCC members be community members and that community-based policing go across the entire police department. Deborah Blanks also provided an overview of police reform over time contained in the PowerPoint presentation. Mr. Royal pointed out that community members, elected officials and all of us need to create a community safety plan. Mr. Royal said that this Committee was born out of an ACLU lawsuit, to function as an oversight committee, based upon racially based traffic stops by the police. The goal is to change the police mindset from that of a warrior to that of a guardian, per Mr. Royal. That all members of society are treated the same way no matter their race. Ms. Rivera said the MPD training curriculum needs to be reviewed. Mr. Royal is introducing the 21st Century model of policing, created under President Obama, as a base to start with for the Commission. The mayor issued a statement that he is in support of the Commission.
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   9. Election of the chair.

Minutes note: Mr. Royal nominated Nathaniel Hamilton. That nomination was seconded by Ms. Rivera. There were no other nominations. There were no objections to the election of Mr. Hamilton
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   10. Discussion relating to the role and duties of the Executive Committee.

Minutes note: Members can come to the next meeting with ideas and thoughts on the purpose of this Committee.
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   11. Selection of the Executive Committee co-chairs by the chair.

Minutes note: The chair may select co-chairs at the next meeting and will discuss duties/responsibilities of the Executive Committee.
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   12. Presentation on open meetings/open records law by Assistant City Attorney Peter Block.

Minutes note: Asst. City Attorney Peter Block went through his PowerPoint presentation, contained in file 200315. Ms. Rivera thought the open records/law, if applied to the Executive Committee, would be quite complex.
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   13. Set next meeting date and agenda items.

Minutes note: The chair will have members polled to schedule a meeting 1.5-2 weeks out from today. Meeting adjourned: 12:27 P.M. Linda M. Elmer Staff Assistant
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200315 0 CommunicationCommunication relating to the 2020 activities of the Community Collaborative Commission.    Action details Not available