Review Your Interactions with Police.

(Any Interactions from Last 10 Years)

" At park and should probably have been doing a better job of socially distancing, but officer was super cool about it and handled the situation really well. "
Race: White;    Gender: Male;    Age: 35-44;
Location: Seattle, WA
" I was walking down the street of Kirkland and believed I was unjustly profiled for being a black man walking the streets. A police officer drove by and almost broke his neck he turned so far around to see what I was doing. I was just walking, so the only thing I can think is he noticed the color of my skin. "
Race: Black or African American;    Gender: Male;    Age: 35-44;
Location: Kirkland, WA

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"We believe that consistent change requires collaboration between citizens, community organizations, police departments, and government agencies with a goal to protect people, keep people feeling safe, and improve levels of service in communities.

Success should be defined by the people served in these communities."

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