Councilmember Will Jawando is be a part ofing with councilmembers from Prince George’s County and the District of Columbia to host a panel dialogue on methods To deal with rising violent crime Inside the area. The dialogue takes place Thursday, April 14 at 6:30 p.m. On the Montgomery County Cultural Arts Center in Silver Spring.

“Wright hereas The rise in crime is a nationbroad enchancment, we should work collectively in our area To deal with the underlying causes for crime – options that require an interdisciplinary and group broad strategy. I think about that working collectively We will tackle The current upswing in crime and construct notion in our communities. Everyone deserves to really feel and be protected,” said Councilmember Jawando.

Calvin Hawkins II, who chairs the Prince George’s County Council and Robert White, Jr., Who’s an at-huge member of the D.C. Metropolis Council, be a part of Jawando as hosts of the roundtable titled “How Can we Effectively Address Violent Crime in Our Region?”

Panelists embrace:

  • Hon. Alex Williams Jr., Retired, U.S. District Courtroom Decide for the District of Maryland
  • Sonia Pruitt, Former Montgomery County Police Captain and Montgomery School Professor
  • Keesha Centermass, PhD., Resident Fellow, Brookings Institution and Affiliate Professor of Public Coverage, Division of Political Science, Howard College
  • Ronald Moten, Co-Founding father of Don’t Mute DC
  • Eric Weaver, Founder and Chairman of the National Affiliation for the Development of Returning Residents

The purpose of the roundtable is To look at underlying causes of violent crime, decide methods to work collectively areaally To deal with crime, and make ideas on legal guidelines, initiatives, and options.

The group is invited to attend the dialogue. Registration is required And will Even be carried out on-line right here.

The Cultural Arts Center is located on the Takoma Park/Silver Spring campus of Montgomery School.