Police-community relationship

OF THE CDC AND THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH OF ALABAMA WHO IS THE UNIVERSAL MASKING IN SCHOOLS. >> THIS AFTERNOON, WE CONTINUE OUR SERIES TO KNOW THE CANDIDATES FOR MAYOR OF THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM. TODAY, WE ARE AIMING COMMUNITY RELATIONS WITH THE POLICE. WILLIAM BELL SAYS HE IS TAKING WORNGKI OFFICERS AND RESIDENTS TOGETHER TO REDUCE CRIMES IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD. >> THE CITY IS MOVING AWAY FROM THE COMMUNITY POLICE. THIS IS WHERE THE OFFICERS KNOW THEIR COMMUNITIES AND THE COMMUNITIES KNOW THE SHOOTING OFFICERS. SO YOU CAN HAVE THAT TRUST BETWEEN THE TWO GUPS THAT WE ARE ALL DOING OUR PART TO REDUCE CRIME IN GENERAL IN THE COMMUNITY. AND I DON’T THINK THIS WAS ADDRESSED AS IT ONCE S.WA WE WILL TRY TO INSTITUTE MORE COMMUTYNI POLICE PROGRAM TO CREATE THIS LINK. A PLAN IN PLACE TO MAKE THE CITY SAFER. ALSO A CONTINUOUS LINE OF COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CITIZENS AND THE POLICE SERVICE. >> WE ALSO NEED TO ENSURE THAT WE ARE NOT IN FAVOR OF SHONGWI FOR THREE OR FOUR DISTRICTS RATHER THAN ALLIN NE DISTRICTS. THIS IS ONE OF THE OBSTACLES WE ARE FACING RIGHT NOW. SO IF WE CAN BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN OUR CITIZENS AND WHITE NEIGHBORHOODS AND OUR CITIZENS AND BLACK NEIGHBORHOODS AND OUR HISPANICS AND OTHERS, WE MUST ENSURE THAT WE ALL WORK TO BE ON THE SAME PAGE WHEN IT COMES TO MAKE ETH SAFE. >> COUNTY COMMISSIONER SAYS POLICE AND COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIP NEEDS MORE ATTENTION. >> I BELIEVE WE NEED TO HAVE NO COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT, AND IT’S GNGOI TO BE OFFICERS GETTING OUT OF THEIR CARS. THESE OFFICERS WHO WORK ABOVE ALL. THEY NEED TO GET OUT OF THEIR CAR. WE NEED ALL OF OUR LEVEL OF SUPERVISION FROM THE E PTHOLICE DEPARTMENT. THEY MUST ATTEND NEIGHBORHOOD MEETINGS THEY NEED TO HAVE TOWNALL HO MEETINGS WE INFORM PUBC LIAND TO BE MORE PROACTIVE THAN RESPONSIVE. >> COMING HERE AT 6:30 AM, I

Birmingham mayoral race: police-community relationship

As Birmingham’s mayoral race draws near, WVTM 13 helps you get to know the Magic City leadership contenders. In the video above, Ian Reitz of WVTM 13 asks former Mayor William Bell, Ervin Hill II and Lashunda Scales how they would foster a strong relationship between law enforcement and the community. The following candidates will be on the ballot: outgoing mayor Randall Woodfin, former mayor William Bell, Chris Woods, Ervin Hill II, Lashunda Scales, Napoleon Gonzalez, Cerissa Brown and Darryl Williams.

As Birmingham’s mayoral race nears, WVTM 13 helps you get to know the candidates vying to rule the Magic City.

In the video above, Ian Reitz of WVTM 13 asks former Mayor William Bell, Ervin Hill II and Lashunda Scales how they would foster a strong relationship between law enforcement and the community.

The following candidates will be on the ballot: outgoing mayor Randall Woodfin, former mayor William Bell, Chris Woods, Ervin Hill II, Lashunda Scales, Napoleon Gonzalez, Cerissa Brown and Darryl Williams.

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