Public safety experts will discuss local safety issues in the third installment of the speaker series, Speakeasy, set for 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20. The event is open to everyone.
Presenters will include public safety experts from Detroit Mercy and Marygrove College, community patrol supervisors, police officers from Detroit’s 12th Precinct and a representative from the Detroit Police’s Computer Statistics crime data analysis program known as CompStat. The event is hosted by University of Detroit Mercy-sponsored community service organization Live6 Alliance and news website Model D.
This event will address issues like improving the reputation of the neighborhoods around Livernois and McNichols in Detroit; how police and the community can work together and how the universities and their security personnel can contribute to neighborhood safety.
The event begins at 6 p.m. and includes a panel discussion with audience Q & A moderated by Live6 Alliance Acting Director Lauren Hood ’03, ’12. The event takes place at Detroit Sip, a new, locally owned coffee house and community gathering space at 7420 W McNichols Road, in Detroit.