COPA will speak at the 29th Ward Community Meeting on police accountability. This is an opportunity for constituents to meet with COPA leadership staff and Alderman Taliferro. Attendees can also learn about COPA’s investigative process including how to report outcomes to the citizens we serve and how to reduce police misconduct.
COPA investigators will be on site to receive complaints and compliments of Chicago Police Officers. Also, staff will address questions and provide an overview of the agency.
COPA staff will provide a presentation with Chicago’s South Austin residents to educate and inform them about the agencies investigative process, including answer questions.This event is open to the public.
Austin Coming Together (ACT) along with the Austin Quality of Life Plan Steering Committee, Local Initiatives Support Corporation Chicago (LISC), and community members will kick off a public safety summit identify actions to take over the 5 years to create a more thriving Austin community.
This event meeting is open to the public.
The Westside Ministers Coalition of Chicago and Vicinity Inc., is an organization whose mission is to provide services that will initiate self-help efforts to improve the Austin community of Chicago in areas of housing, public safety, clergy involvement, education, health, energy conservation, community, youth and economic development, to work in cooperation with other organizations sharing similar values in accomplishing our goals.