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Please note: this meeting's minutes have not been finalized yet. Actions taken on legislation and their results are not available.
Meeting Name: COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE COMMISSION - COMMUNITY SURVEY & RESEARCH COMMITTEE Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 12/30/2020 1:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Virtual
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Meeting video: eComment: Not available  
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   1. Call to order.    Not available Not available
   2. Roll call.    Not available Not available
   3. Discussion of the following tasks and how to accomplish them: 1. Seek community input on Police Department operations to improve trust between law enforcement and city residents as set forth in the Charles Collins, et al., v. City of Milwaukee, et al., settlement agreement. 2. Provide a forum for and solicit community input regarding law enforcement policies, procedures and practices in Milwaukee, particularly with respect to the treatment of members of minority, LGBTQ, disabled and other historically underserved and underrepresented communities. 3. Conduct an annual survey of Milwaukee residents belonging to communities that are statistically more likely to interact with members of the Police Department, about the residents’ views on police-community relations.     Not available Not available
      4. Identify and evaluate the effectiveness of progressive policing strategies deployed in other cities, soliciting research and expert assistance as needed, in relation to reducing disparities and improving police-community relations. 5. Communicate community concerns regarding law enforcement policies, procedures and practices in Milwaukee to the Police Department and the Fire and Police Commission, and present an update to the Common Council on a quarterly basis. 6. Report annually to Common Council the Commission’s findings and recommendations for policies, practices and procedures to build trust between Milwaukee law enforcement and city residents.     Not available Not available
   4. Set next meeting date and agenda items.     Not available Not available
   5. Adjournment.    Not available Not available
     In the event that Common Council members who are not members of this committee attend this meeting, this meeting may also simultaneously constitute a meeting of the Common Council or any of the following committees: Community and Economic Development, Finance and Personnel, Judiciary and Legislation, Licenses, Public Safety and Health, Public Works, Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development, and/or Steering and Rules. Whether a simultaneous meeting is occurring depends on whether the presence of one or more of the Common Council member results in a quorum of the Common Council or any of the above committees, and, if there is a quorum of another committee, whether any agenda items listed above involve matters within that committee’s realm of authority. In the event that a simultaneous meeting is occurring, no action other than information gathering will be taken at the simultaneous meeting.     Not available Not available
     Upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities through sign language interpreters or auxiliary aids. For additional information or to request this service, contact the City Clerk's Office ADA Coordinator at 286-2998, (FAX)286-3456, (TDD)286-2025 or by writing to the Coordinator at Room 205, City Hall, 200 E. Wells Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202.    Not available Not available
     Limited parking for persons attending meetings in City Hall is available at reduced rates (5 hour limit) at the Milwaukee Center on the southwest corner of East Kilbourn and North Water Street. Parking tickets must be validated in the first floor Information Booth in City Hall.    Not available Not available
     Persons engaged in lobbying as defined in s. 305-43-4 of the Milwaukee Code of Ordinances are required to register with the City Clerk's Office License Division. Registered lobbyists appearing before a Common Council committee are required to identify themselves as such. More information is available at http://city.milwaukee.gov/Lobbying.    Not available Not available