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Join Us for a Webinar Supporting the White House Police Data Initiative

Written by Joseph Porcelli

At Nextdoor, we are committed to helping neighborhoods and public agencies create stronger, safer places to call home.

In recent months, we have supported the White House’s 21st Century Policing Task Force Police Data Initiative, a nationwide effort by public agencies to improve transparency, community trust, and accountability. Now, Nextdoor Polls for Public Agencies is available for our 1,600+ partners, allowing them to collaborate with residents on important issues, develop city-wide programs of interest, and take actionable steps to make their cities even better places to call home.

In our next step in support of the Police Data Initiative, we are pleased to invite members of the law enforcement community to join us next Wednesday, September 7th, for a free webinar. Registration is open to all sworn and civilian law enforcement personnel.

The White House Police Data Initiative
Increasing Transparency and Trust
Wednesday, September 7th
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PDT
Click here to register now

Registrants will learn from:

  • Roy Austin, Deputy Assistant to the President, and Clarence Wardell of the U.S. Digital Service. Mr. Austin and Mr. Wardell will provide an overview of the White House’s Police Data Initiative.
  • Joseph Porcelli, Professional Neighbor and Senior City Strategist at Nextdoor, will provide a brief overview of Nextdoor for Public Agencies and Nextdoor Polls.
  • Prince George’s County Police Department Chief Hank Stawinski will share how his department uses Nextdoor Polls to inform their communications strategy and to assess how residents feel about the safety of their neighborhoods.

Click here to register now and join us for this special event.

Questions about the White House Police Data Initiative may be directed to pdi@policefoundation.org

To sign your department up for Nextdoor for Public Agencies, please visit http://www.nextdoor.com/agency

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