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Meeting date/time: 1/13/2022 1:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Virtual
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   1. Roll call.

Minutes note: Meeting convened: 1:06 PM. Members present: Camille Mays, Fred Royal, Tim Baack, Theresa Scott, Nate Hamilton, Jeff Roman, Steve Jansen Members excused: Jamaal Smith, Tammy Rivera, Eric Moore, Shawn Muhammed
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   2. Review and approval of the minutes of December 9th.

Minutes note: Mr. Royal moved, seconded by Mr. Baack, for approval of the minutes. There were no objections.
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   3. Update on the meeting with New Jersey and its use of force language.

Minutes note: Mr. Royal said he talked to the administrative assistants of the office of the attorney general and at this time there will be no input from New Jersey. Mr. Leon Todd, Milwaukee FPC, didn't think there will be additional changes to the use of force policy. Mr. Royal said there should be policies when use of force is not allowed. The objective use of standards has too much gray area and so language needs to be added. The CCC could petition the FPC or Council members to modify the use of force language; Mr. Jansen thinks there needs to get the community behind this, such as through a petition.
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   4. Conversation on connecting with community about the Goals and accomplishments so far within the CCC.

Minutes note: A petition could be created about some items and those should be put down on paper. The CCC hasn't done anything publically in a long while. A list of items that we want to communicate to the community should be created. Those items are: Use of force language Collins settlement agreement and non-compliance Ms. Mays supported bullet points and an opportunity for the community to know who the CCC members are and its mission. Mr. Baack would like to advocate with the public and the Public Safety and Health committee about its use of force language. Both Mr. Royal and Mr. Baack feel the current Use of Force SOP does not mirror the concerns of the CCC and the Use of Force policy it submitted to the FPC. Mr. Royal asked if a town hall meeting as well as a petition drive on the Use of Force language could be done, possibly using GoToWebinar. The Survey and Research Committee will be drafting an annual report, which will include goals for each committee for 2022. The Committee is also working on a community survey and would like to have an independent company collect and collate the data. The Committee will be going over additional language to clarify how the data will be collected and they hope to have the new language additions to the resolution presented about hiring a consultant. There is a possibility the Committee may lose some or all of its members due to a concern of legitimacy of the survey and the survey process. The chair is thinking the end of February for a public webinar. Mr. Baack suggested having Council members also promote the public webinar. The chair will reach out to the Council president and see if they can get Council members on the next call and might move the webinar to March. This meeting will be tabled to the next meeting. That will also give the Commission a chance to coordinate with the other two committees. It is being proposed to having a listening session in each Council district on re-imagining public safety. The chair will coordinate with the committees to propose an outline of where they wish to go forward. The staff assistant will check on how much money the CCC has and let members know.
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