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GREENSBORO, NC – A series of six meetings with the Greensboro Police Department and the community will take place throughout December. The topic of conversation? That’s up to citizens.
Starting December 2nd, officers will meet with citizens at the Windsor Center on Gate City Blvd.
“We want people to know that this is not an agenda. Don’t expect to come out and hear a lot of talking or don’t expect to come out and hear me give a speech. We are really there to listen,” said GPD Capt. Nathaniel Davis.
During the summer, talks began within the department to create a new team- one that would be dedicated to engaging the community.