The Police Advisory & Review Committee members, PARC neighborhood leaders, and residents are invited to attend.
The City of Knoxville Police Advisory & Review Committee (PARC) will hold its third-quarter meeting Wednesday, Oct. 23, 6 p.m. in the City-County Building Small Assembly Room.
At the meeting, PARC members Executive Director Clarence Vaughn, Knoxville Police Department Chief Eve Thomas, Deputy Law Director Ronald Mills, and KPD officers, will address cases received by the Internal Affairs Unit since the last report made in July.
Chief Thomas will share information regarding the features and functions of Body Worn Cameras.
The meeting agenda also includes committee business, speakers who have requested to address the committee, and an open forum (limited to three minutes per speaker). To sign up to speak, contact Ola Blackmon-McBride at 865-215-3966.
Established in 1998 to provide an independent review of police activity and make recommendations to the Chief of Police, PARC is the longest continuously running citizen-run police advisory board in Tennessee.
If you are deaf, hard of hearing, or LEP (Limited English Proficient) and want to request interpretation services, please contact Title VI Coordinator Tatia M. Harris at [email protected] or 865.215.2831. If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation to attend, contact the City’s ADA Coordinator, Stephanie Brewer Cook, at 865.215.2034 or [email protected] at least 72 hours before the meeting.
For information on PARC, visit http://knoxvilletn.gov/parc/ or call 865-215-3869.