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Published May 06, 2019
As part of a national initiative to develop and improve response to gender-based violence, the Laramie Police Department will host a listening session Monday, May 13, on the University of Wyoming campus.
The project, “Enhancing Community Trust: Proactive Approaches to Domestic and Sexual Violence,” includes training, policy development and community outreach, all with the goal of improving law enforcement’s community-based approach to investigation of these crimes.
A critical part of improving the response to gender-based crimes of violence is listening to what the community has to say about law enforcement’s work. The May 13 listening session will be from 7-8:30 p.m. in Room 506 of Coe Library.
The session will be moderated by a project team from the International Association of Chiefs of Police. All members of the public are invited to attend and share their stories.
This effort is supported by campus and community partners, including Albany County SAFE Project, UW’s STOP Violence Program, UW’s NO MORE campaign, Laramie Town Gown Association, Albany County Sheriff’s Office and the UW Police Department.