READING — Chief David J. Clark would like to invite residents to ‘Reading Reflect,’ a community conversation hosted by the Reading Police Department and the Office of Equity and Social Justice, in collaboration with the Reading Coalition for Prevention and Support and the Reading Public Library.
The community conversation, ‘Reading Reflect’ will be held on Wednesday Nov. 2 from 6-7 p.m. at Reading Memorial High School, 62 Oakland Road.
Reading Police Civil Rights Officer Lt. Patrick Silva and Reading Director of Equity and Social Justice Dr. Sudeshna Chatterjee will be speaking with community members about their respective roles and the work they are doing in within the community to keep Reading safe, inclusive and accessible.
The conversation will be facilitated by Erica McNamara from the Reading Coalition for Prevention and Support.
Residents are encouraged to participate in the conversation and ask questions. All questions should be submitted ahead of the event, by Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 5 p.m.
To submit questions for the community conversation, click here or scan the QR code below. Questions may also be submitted at the front desk of the Reading Library, 16 Middlesex Ave., or at the Reading Police Department, 15 Union St.
“I am proud of Lt. Silva and our partners within Reading for hosting this conversation,” said Chief Clark. “This event will allow our departments to interact with residents and community members, and discuss what programs are working within our community and how we can improve. I encourage community members to attend and submit questions for our what is sure to be a great, informative discussion.”