Black clergy, officials to strategize on addressing crime in the East Bay

Local Black elected officials and clergy will meet on Wed. Jan. 26 in Oakland to discuss solutions to crime in the community.

Speakers include: Oakland Police Chief Anthony Batts and Berkeley Police Chief Michael Meehan, as well as other experts who will share their strategies on combating crime and other forward thinking initiatives.

This meeting by the Black Elected Officials and Faith Based Leaders of the East Bay, will be an opportunity for residents to learn how can be active in addressing issues of crime, according to the Office of Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson.

The meeting takes place Wednesday, January 26 at 7:30 a.m. at Geoffrey’s, located at 410 14th St. Breakfast will be provided for all attendees. There is a cost of $5.00 per person for all non-members. RSVP with Aisha Brown via email or by calling (510) 272-6686.

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