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Friday, 5 March 2021

MADISON CITY COUNCIL PREPARES TO VOTE ON FORMING POLICE CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

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MADISON CITY COUNCIL PREPARES TO VOTE ON FORMING POLICE CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
MADISON CITY COUNCIL PREPARES TO VOTE ON FORMING POLICE CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The nine-member group would be comprised of individuals nominated by each of the mayor, the chief of police and each city council member.

No arrest has been made.

Tomorrow -- the madison city council will vote on creating a police citizens advisory committee.

The proposed council would be made up of nine members -- appointed by the mayor, police chief and each council member respectively.

The committee would serve in an advisory role to the police department and would communicate issues and concern.

They would also help educate the public regarding police responsibilities and

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