Town hall meeting to discuss crime

Juneau, Alaska (KINY) The Public Safety Employees Association wants to hear from the public about how crime has impacted them.

A town hall will be held on Thursday, January 10 from 6-8 pm at Centennial Hall.  There will be short presentations by Juneau Police and the Alaska State Troopers about crime statistics and possible solutions to the problem.

“PSEA is looking forward to sharing crime information, hearing from the citizens of Juneau, finding solutions, and working together to make Juneau a safe community. We take pride in serving the public and want an open dialogue with the community,” said Sgt. Sterling Salisbury, JPD President PSEA

“As Law Enforcement Officers and members of PSEA, we are concerned with increased crime rates and the community’s concerns about safety. The purpose of this Town Hall is to hear directly from the citizens we have sworn to protect and to offer some ideas for solutions.” said Trooper Shaun Kuzakin, Southeastern Vice President of PSEA.

PSEA will also be taking public testimony from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm.

 

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