Excerpts From Saratoga Springs Police Reform Task Force Public Forum On Proposed Recommendations

I have captured some episodes from the March 3, 2021, public forum held by the Saratoga Springs Police Reform Task Force. The purpose of the event was to provide the public an opportunity to share their thoughts on the draft of the Task Force’s recommendations to the City Council.

My selection was meant to share both some of the interesting suggestions made by the public and provide some sense of the Task Force.

It became apparent that some people who addressed the Task Force assumed that the Task Force had some sort of investigative powers. The co-chairs, Camille Daniels and Jason Golub, showed considerable skill and patience in addressing the frustration sometimes directed to the Task Force.

The following videos are not in any kind of order.

Jason Golub Discusses The Mission Of The Task Force

Some Express Frustration With Task Force

Task Force Members Camille Daniels, Cecilia Hayes, and Andrew Sephas respond to Barbara Trypalik and Lexus Figuereo.

Local attorney Ed Lindner discusses how a citizen review board might function here in Saratoga Springs

Lexus Figuereo from the Black Live Matter group All of Us challenges the Task Force

Attorney Kim Galvin Discusses Her Vote on the Community Centered Reinvention Part of the Recommendations

Chief Shane Crooks Explains His Vote On the Community Centered Reinvention Part of the Recommendations

A Nice Moment At The End Of the Event Between Camille Daniels and Kim Galvin.

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