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Posted on: June 19, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Special Meeting of the Police Council for the Central Marin Police Authority


On Monday, June 22, 2020, at 6:00pm, the Police Council for the Central Marin Police Authority will hold a Special Meeting via Zoom webinar regarding the following items:  

A.  Public Forum on Central Marin Police Policies and Practices.   The Council invites members of the public to ask questions and make comments about the policies and practices of the Central Marin Police Authority; and

B.  Council Discussion and Direction about Public Forum.  The Council shall discuss what was heard during the public forum and determine next steps. The Council may provide direction or take actions to further review the Authority’s policies and procedures. 

The agenda can be viewed here:  

Members of the public may watch the meeting remotely by using the following link: (No pre-registration needed - click on link at meeting start time).  Or call in via 1 (408) 638-0968 with Access Code: 964 3132 7782. (iPhone one-tap: +14086380968,,96431327782#)  Dial *67 before calling into the meeting if you do not wish your phone number to be shown on the screen when giving public comment.

You may submit public comment remotely by:

1.   Emailing prior to 4:00 P.M. on the day of the meeting. Comments received prior to 4:00 P.M. on the day of the meeting will be distributed to the entire Police Council and made available in the online agenda packet.

2.   Emailing during the meeting. Please make sure you indicate the item number to which your comment is related, or whether it is for the General Public Comment period at the beginning of the meeting. Your comment will be read verbatim, however words including profanity, obscenity, and discriminatory language will not be read into the record in order to avoid disruption of the meeting. Your comment is subject to the same 3-minute limit as in-person spoken comments.

3.   To join the meeting at the link above and select the “Raise Hand” icon during the meeting to provide public comment verbally when recognized by the Clerk at the appointed time. If you have called in to the meeting, press *9 to add yourself to the speaker queue during the meeting.

A recording of the meeting will be available to the public on the CMPA website as soon as possible after the meeting. Anyone with a disability needing further assistance with public comment should contact the Clerk at least 2 hours before the beginning of the meeting to make alternative arrangements at or 415-927-5150.

Additionally, on Thursday, June 11th, Chief Norton held a Q & A session for our communities.  You can view the event recording on CMPA’s YouTube channel here:

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