This has been a hard year in particular when it comes to community and law enforcement relationships so a couple of groups are getting together to have a conversation with law enforcement.
Dr. Gwendolyn Webb-Hasan and Lidia Perez Gullien are here on BVTM to discuss how this event came about.
The free event will be held December 3 at 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and located on Lincoln Recreation Center 1000 Eleanor Street in College Station.
As a part of highlighting Texas A&M's most recent branding campaign “Fearless on Every Front,” to two sections of EDAD 638, a graduate class in the Educational Administration and Human Resource Department in the College of Education and the undergraduate chapter of the NAACP are promoting, "A Conversation With Law Enforcement."
The university’s campaign is designed to inspire and invite a local and global audience to see how Texas A&M is fearlessly addressing society's most critical problems.
College Station, Bryan, and Texas A&M University Police will join graduate, undergraduate, PreK-12 parents, their children and community members to discuss how to promote and strengthen our need and understanding of effective communication between law enforcement and local community.
Graduate students are studying to become instructional school leaders and this activity is a part of them developing a community engagement project to support more effective communication between the home, school, and the community.
For more information give them a call at (512) 563-3157.