Police Department to Host Community Forum on Trust and Confidence in

Published on April 12, 2016

ARLINGTON, Va. — The Arlington County Chief of Police, along with distinguished panel members, will conduct a forum focusing on the community's trust and confidence in Arlington's Criminal Justice Agencies. The forum will be held on Wednesday, April 20 from 7 — 9 PM in the auditorium at Thomas Jefferson Middle School. This interactive discussion will be moderated by WJLA Channel 7 Fighting Back Against Crime investigator, Jennifer Donelan.

Panel members will discuss various topics concerning the criminal justice system. Following the moderated portion of the evening, panel members will engage in an open questions and answers discussion with audience members. This is your opportunity to ask local officials and community activists about issues that affect you and learn how we can work together to maintain a safe community!

Panel members include M. Jay Farr, Chief of Police; Beth Arthur, Sheriff; Theo Stamos, Commonwealth's Attorney; Matthew Foley, Public Defender; Julius Spain, NAACP Arlington 1st Vice President; and Andres Tobar, Community Activist.