BHPD Listening Session - June 18, 2020
Updated: Oct 11, 2020
The Berkeley Heights Diversity Council hosts a Community Listening Session with the Berkeley Heights Police Department. All are welcome.
The Berkeley Heights Diversity Council invites the community to “We are Listening” a Listening Session with the Berkeley Heights Police Department on Wednesday, July 1 at 6pm on Zoom. Many community members have asked for an increased dialogue with our Berkeley Heights Police Department and the BH Police are eager to open up that dialogue.
The Listening Session will be held as a virtual gathering on Zoom on Wednesday, July 1 at 6pm. To join the conversation, please register online.
Please join together with other members of the community to hear and share views of how to continue to make Berkeley Heights more inclusive and welcoming at this critical point in our nation’s history. A “Listening Session” is meant as a community brainstorming session, a time to raise concerns and to hear ideas to help ensure that Berkeley Heights becomes increasingly inclusive and welcoming to all. It will be a great opportunity for the BHPD to listen to and hear residents. Just as the BHDC hosted “Beyond the March” a listening session a few weeks ago, the intent is for the BHPD to listen and take away questions so that they can take the time to respond to residents in a thoughtful way.
Listening Sessions are easy ways for residents to share views, ask questions and learn together as we work together to make Berkeley Heights the most open and welcoming community in New Jersey.
Originally published in TAPinto Berkeley Heights on June 30, 2020: