Northglenn Police seek citizen input

Community members interested in participating invited to stakeholder meeting Feb. 27

Staff report
Posted 2/19/20

The Northglenn Police Department consistently strives to provide quality service in line with modern policing best practices. As such, the department has contracted with BerryDunn, a national …

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Northglenn Police seek citizen input

Community members interested in participating invited to stakeholder meeting Feb. 27

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The Northglenn Police Department consistently strives to provide quality service in line with modern policing best practices. As such, the department has contracted with BerryDunn, a national consulting firm, to conduct a study of its operations and culture to assess how the agency is performing and identify any areas where it can improve.

Community members often interact directly with Northglenn Police Department and are invited to participate in the assessment process. The open community meetings are scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Northglenn Senior Center, 11801 Community Center Dr., and at 6 p.m. Feb. 26 at the Northglenn Justice Center Community Room, 50 W. Community Center Drive, Northglenn.

A special invitation-only meeting is scheduled for Feb. 27.

Please RSVP to Madeline at mnorconk@northglenn.org or at 303-450-8853. Contact Commander Heidi Walts at 303-450-8962 or hwalts@northglenn.org with any questions.

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