July 7, 2012 AISD Town Hall
· This is an opportunity to be proactive and meet with the folks within AISD who deal with the day-to-operations within the school campuses and their communities north, south, east and west of I-35.
· In addition to the presentations, you get to engage with the presenters in discussions through the questions you ask and the responses they share.
· In addition to the presenters, please note that additional AISD administrative personnel and an AISD Board Member or two or more may be in attendance, also.
Dress is Friday and Saturday casual, cool & comfortable .
Co-Hosts: The Below Town Hall Coordination Network Steering Committee and The Coordination Network All are invited. Regardless of the where the AISD school is located.
If you have a scholar-student-child-mentee-
Saturday, July 7, 2012
Simpson United Methodist Church
1709 East 12th Street
1:30 pm to 4 pm
Topic: Connecting with the AISD Police Department
Introductory Remarks – Raul Alvarez, AISD Administrator
Overview of AISD Police Department – Lt. Rodney Anderson
School Resource Officer Responsibilities, the Junior Police Officer Program & the Mental Health Officer Program – Sergeant Beverly Freshour
Joint Juvenile Gang Intervention Unit & Gang Reduction Education and Training (GREAT) Program – Detective Lance Cox
Citations Reductions Program – Captain Eric Mendez
Town Hall Coordination Network Steering Committee
Community: Nelson Linder –NAACP Austin Branch; Town Hall Host: Simpson United Methodist Church
· Co-Coordinator: Major Mark Sawa-TCSO & Co-Coordinator:
Captain Cyril Friday, TCSO
· Co-Coordinator: Assistant Chief Patrick Ockletree, APD;
Co-Coordinator: Commander Wayne DeMoss, APD
· Co-Coordinator: Lt. Rodney Anderson, AISD PD; Co-Coordinator:
Raul Alvarez, AISD Administrator
· Co-Coordinator: Chief Lynn Dixon, ACC Police Dept.;
Co-Coordinator: Dr. Kathleen E. Christensen, Ph.D., VP
Mike Manor, Chairperson
Travis County Sheriff’s Office Building Bridges Brick by Brick Initiative
Background: The Eliminating Crime & Violence series of Town Hall Meetings is intended to help build bridges between neighborhoods, law enforcement and faith based organizations. Through this series of town hall meetings, participating organizations and individuals hope to create a broader community awareness of the work of law enforcement agencies and how the duties of these agencies relate to other governmental and community driven efforts aimed at promoting safety.
We hope that this community dialogue will lead to collective actions and/or individual actions by participating agencies that will serve to eliminate violence in all its forms as well as to ultimately achieve and sustain the following:
#1 Safest Community Ranking Nationally For Youth & Adults
#1 Safest Community Ranking Nationally in Eliminating Repeat Violence
#1 Safest Community Ranking Nationally In Preventing Victims-Repeat Victims of Violence