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Starting this week, you will have the opportunity to join the Pittsburgh Police and Chief of Police Cameron McLay at a series of town hall meetings in each of the city’s six police zones. At these events, you can meet your Public Safety Zone Council Leadership and have the chance to ask your most pressing questions in a Q&A session. From the Tribune-Review:

“Chief McLay thought it was a good idea to arrange community meetings throughout the zones, so he would have the opportunity to discuss crime concerns of residents,” Public Safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said. “Then zone commanders can tell residents exactly what’s going on to address those concerns.”

The content of the meetings will depend largely on what residents want, Toler said.

This will be your opportunity to:

  • Share Public Safety Concerns
  • Review Crime Statistics
  • Provide Feedback on Community-Police Relations
  • Tell the Police How They Can Best Serve the Community

Please click here for a .PDF map of the six zones.

All meetings will take place from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Wednesday, August 24th
Zone 3 Meeting
IBEW Hall, #100, 5 Hot Metal Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Thursday, August 25th
Zone 5 Meeting
*** Meeting Already at Room Capacity ***

Tuesday, August 30th
Zone 6 Meeting
Brashear High School, 590 Crane Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15216

Thursday, September 15th
Zone 4 Meeting
Pittsburgh Firefighters Local 1 Union Hall, 120 Flowers Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15207

Zone 1 Meeting
*** To Be Determined ***

Zone 2 Meeting
*** To Be Determined ***