First Hill Public Meeting March 10th – Neighborhood Crime Data
The March public meeting features a presentation on crime data by Seattle University students, as well as a community focus group on our neighborhood policing needs.
Students in the Criminal Justice department surveyed other students about their perceptions of the surrounding community, and gathered and analyzed police calls and reports over time and by type. They will present their findings on March 10th.
A researcher from SU is working with the Seattle Police Department to develop community policing plans, and will conduct focus groups with us to assess community needs.
This valuable information will help the community identify patterns, allowing us to advocate for services and plan for improvements.
Tuesday March 10th 6:00 – 7:30pm
Administration Building Room 221
FHIA public meeting are free and open to all. Invite your friends and neighbors.
For more information contact FHIA Coordinator Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org.