Community Listening Session: Sheriff’s Office Accountability and Trust
- Call in: 651-372-8299
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Residents, businesses and community organizations are invited to provide feedback on trust, accountability and transparency in the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office through a series of community listening sessions.
Sessions are hosted by the County Manager's Office with the purpose of understanding:
- How the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office can be more accountable and transparent while building community trust in response to the needs of residents, businesses and community organizations. Residents are encouraged to share recommendations for the county on how to achieve this.
- Specific law enforcement and public safety needs and concerns for Black/African American/ADOS and American Indian/Indigenous residents and community organizations. The sessions on Dec. 15 and 16 will be culturally specific to focus on the needs of these communities.
- Specific law enforcement and public safety needs and concerns for suburban cities and residents that contract for law enforcement services through the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office.
Information gathered during these listening sessions will be compiled and reported to the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners. Each session is open to all.
- Access videos of past sessions at ramseycounty.us/listeningsessions