Police use of lethal force is scheduled to be reviewed at a daytime Work Session of the Salt Lake City Council on Tuesday, February 16.
Interim Police Chief Mike Brown will outline for the Council the Salt Lake City Police Department’s lethal force statistics, policies and officer training, including de-escalation training. The time for the police briefing is 2:20 p.m. and is listed on an agenda here.
The public is invited to attend the briefing in room 326 of the City & County Building, or follow the discussion by watching SLCTV Ch. 17 or online. Public comment is not part of the Work Session, but the Formal Meeting that night includes an open podium where people have two minutes to comment on any topic, and starts at 7:00 p.m.
With new leadership and two new members, the Salt Lake City Council has launched into the new year with focus on the needs of the Capital City.
Council Members met in a public workshop in January, hashing out priority projects to direct work in 2016. Projects include advancing work on Housing, Homelessness, Street repairs & funding, and Economic Development.
A follow-up discussion on the priority items was held on February 2. Read the Council staff report and watch the Council’s discussion here. Input from the public is always a priority as the plan for the projects develop.
View information on previous Council priorities here.
October 6, 2015 Agenda
September 22, 2015 Agenda
September 8, 2015 Agenda
September 2 – 4, 2015 Boulder/Denver, CO, Council Field Trip
September 1, 2015 Agenda
August 25, 2015 Agenda
August 18, 2015 Agenda
August 13, 2015 Agenda
August 4, 2015 Agenda
July 28, 2015 Agenda
July 21, 2015 Agenda
June 16, 2015 Agenda
Summary of Council meeting on Feb. 9
Summary of February 2 Council Meeting
Summary of the January 12 City Council Meeting
Summary of the January 5 City Council Meeting
Summary of the December 8 City Council Meeting
2016 Council Leadership Chosen
SLC Elected Officials Take Oath
Council Statement on Mayor Deedee Corradini
New SLC Council Leadership Chosen for 2015
New City Budget focuses on SLC’s core services; additions made to trail development, homeless aid.