Town Hall offers discussion of police practices
LPD Chief Bob Ticer and senior staff seek public input
Contact: Tom Hacker, Public Information Officer, office; 970-962-2302 | cell; 970-800-1814
A remote Town Hall hosted by the Loveland Police Department from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, June 30, will give Loveland residents opportunities to learn about local police practices, ask questions and contribute their ideas.
Police Chief Bob Ticer and the department’s other top administrators will be on hand for the two-hour forum that will give residents opportunities to call in with questions or comments or to submit them by email in advance.
In addition, members of LPD will be speaking on a variety of topics such as training, professional standards, accreditation and use of force.
“Our department over the past several years has undertaken many measures that directly address some of the issues that have risen to national prominence recently,” Chief Ticer said. “We would like the people of Loveland to learn about some of the things we have done in the past, and to give them an opportunity to contribute to a community conversation about steps that can be taken in the future.”
The forum will be carried live on Comcast channel 16 and streamed online at www.loveland.viebit.com.
Questions may be emailed in advance to COLMeetings@cityofloveland.org. To participate via phone, dial +1 669 900 6833. Calls will then be prompted to enter the meeting ID, followed by the pound (#) sign: Meeting ID: 976 2332 8965# Callers will be muted upon entry and placed on hold until the question and answer session of the Town Hall begins.