It will include a presentation by members of the Toledo group on the do's and dont's of police encounters, as well as a panel discussion with Sandusky police Chief John Orzech, Erie County Sheriff Paul Sigsworth, a representative from the FBI's civil rights division, as well as Jim Jackson, president of the Sandusky chapter of the NAACP, Darryl Gant, president of the local minister's association, and local attorneys, including Geoff Oglesby.
Chief John Orzech has described the plan as a three-pronged approach - implementation of body cameras, hiring more minority police officers, and diversity and sensitivity training.
program, as well as other upcoming events, are initiatives that are in addition to the department's core plan.
"We"re focused on several things this year internally, and this is a very small piece of that," Orzech
mentioned further Sandusky
police training put on by the Buffalo Soldiers
, a community forum in fall and others.
"We're taking a close look at how we conduct our business to make sure were serving the citizens the best we can," Orzech