Arlington Police to Host Community Virtual Town Hall and Listening Session
By Tim Ciesco
Posted on July 08, 2020, July 08, 2020

APD Hosts Virtual Town Hall and Listening Session

As part of their continuing efforts to have an open and honest dialogue with the community, the Arlington Police Department is inviting citizens to join them for a Virtual Town Hall & Listening Session.

“We have to be open to listening,” said Interim Police Chief Jaime Ayala. “We’re a great department. We’re accredited. We’ve won a number of awards. We’re way at the top. But we can’t stop. We have to continue to sharpen our wheel and listen, so that we can get constructive feedback from our citizens. What are the challenges we face? What do we need to focus on? We have to respond to them and listen to them.”

The meeting will take place on Tuesday, July 21 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Participants will be able to submit questions electronically during the event. Interim Chief Ayala will then answer as many questions live as time allows.

To attend the virtual meeting, click on the link below. 

If you do not have the Microsoft Teams app installed on your computer, simply click the button that says “Watch on the Web Instead” when prompted, and you will be admitted into the meeting room via your web browser.

In order to access the meeting from a mobile device, you will first need to download the free Microsoft Teams app from your device's app store.

Click here to join the Virtual Town Hall & Listening Session.