HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The Huntsville Metropolis Council introduced that later this month the long-awaited Huntsville Police Residents Police Report might be launched to the general public.
The report is available in response to the protests in downtown Huntsville final June, shortly after George Floyd’s dying.
These protests in June occurred on the Downtown Courthouse Sq. and ended with regulation enforcement dispersing the gang with rubber bullets and tear fuel.
The report appears at what occurred throughout these protests between residents and police and gives suggestions on find out how to transfer ahead and create a greater relationship between the 2.
The report, which has been within the works for months now, might be offered on the subsequent Metropolis Council assembly, scheduled for April 22 at 5:30 p.m. within the Huntsville Metropolis Council chambers.
Metropolis Council President Jennie Robinson mentioned the April 22 assembly received’t be the one one relating to the report.
“A very powerful a part of the report I believe for all of us goes to be the suggestions, and consequently, we’re going to have a follow-up assembly on August 28 to take subsequent steps because of these suggestions,” she mentioned. “It would additionally give the council [an opportunity] to debate the following steps from the Residents Advisory Fee Report.”
When the report is offered on the April assembly, it is going to be the primary time the general public and the council will see it.
When the assembly begins, the report might be uploaded to the Metropolis of Huntsville’s web site and be made public.
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