Community Relations, Policing and Youth

While it is a common fact that the police are an important part of the community, just as important is the health of the relationship between police and community. Current affairs show how strained the relationship between the police and community has become. The focus of this upcoming community presentation will include an exploration of why there is such tension between the community, youth and the police. What are all sides saying on what steps both sides can take to repair the relationship between communities, youth and the police? Please join us and find out more.

This workshop, free and open to the public, will take place on March 30, 2015 at 6:30pm at the Harper Woods High School.

Donald Stuckey

About 3rd Sider Donald Stuckey

Donald Stuckey II is in his last semester of his Masters of Art in Dispute Resolution program at Wayne State University. Donald received his BA in Political Science from Eastern Michigan University. Donald has written and presented on a variety of legal and political disputes including the Americans with Disabilities Act and Obama care.