Not In Our Town Princeton


Virtual Town Hall – Let’s Talk About It: Building Police-Community Trust Across New Jersey, June 3, 2020

From Bryn Whittle, Deputy Attorney General, Special Assistant to the Attorney General – Community Engagement: On Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 11:30 AM, join Attorney General Grewal for a candid conversation on investigating officer-involved shootings and other use-of-force incidents, strengthening…

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Continuing Conversation on Race and White Privilege, TUESDAY, September 2, 2019

The Princeton Public Library is CLOSED for Labor Day on Monday, so Continuing Conversations will take place at 7pm on TUESDAY, September 3rd to learn about and discuss important ideas in connection with the current state of policing in America….

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Better Together Training, June 14, 2014

This program from Hopewell Valley Race & Diversity Group will begin with dinner.  Attendees are asked to bring a dessert and drinks.   Click here to access the registration page.

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Disproportionate use of force against black people by police in New Jersey is documented.

In New Jersey, a black person was more than three times more likely to face police force than someone who is white.  This is one of the findings from a database of police use of force in New Jersey.  “The Force Report, a…

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Proposal to Introduce Armed Retired Police Officers (Class III Officers) in West Windsor-Plainsboro School District

How do you feel about armed retired police officers in each of West Windsor-Plainsboro schools? Did you know that the School Board and West Windsor-Plainsboro townships are close to approving a proposal that would increase law enforcement presence in schools…

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