posted on behalf of Seattle Neighborhood Group. See Scott’s report on the proposal.
Please find attached “Community Dialogue Questions” regarding the Seattle Drug Market Initiative. Completed questionnaires may be sent to [email protected]. Your input concerning this initiative is greatly appreciated.
[NOTE: PDF version of questionnaire attached. Contact Sita for a Word version to edit and return to them.]
— Sita DeGiulio DasEast Program Coordinator Seattle Neighborhood Group 206.323.9666 (Main Line)206.322.9330 (Direct Line)[email protected]
Last Thursday, July 16th, we held a joint African American Advisory Council and East Precinct Crime Prevention Coalition meeting at Langston Hughes Cultural Arts Center.
Robert Hood, Chief of the Public and Community Safety Division of the Seattle City Attorney’s Office, Tienney Milnor, East Precinct City Attorney Liaison, and East Precinct Captain Paul McDonagh presented information related to the Drug Market Initiative (DMI).
A new approach to reducing street level drug dealing in our community, DMI is a collaborative effort between the Seattle Police Department, the Seattle City Attorney’s Office and the community.
As the community’s participation is a critical component of DMI, attendees gathered in small groups to discuss ideas that would support the effectiveness and success of the DMI initiative, resulting in outstanding strategies.
Therefore, we are are holding a follow-up meeting to continue to develop these strategies and identify methods of actual implementation:
Thursday, July 23, 2009
@ Seattle Neighborhood Group
6:30PM – 8PM
1810 E. Yesler Way
Seattle WA 98122
I look forward to seeing all of you there!
Thank you in advance for your support!
Stephanie Tschida, Chair
East precinct Crime Prevention Coalition
Shoot the pushers on sight.