Fulton County Commission Chairman John H. Eaves along with police, community leaders and court officials will convene Wednesday night for the second in a series of Crime and Safety Summits with area residents.
The goal of the meeting is to discuss ongoing concerns about crime as well as hearing from court and criminal justice professionals about what's being done to address them.
Join Atlanta Police Department Deputy Chief Ernest Finley and other city leaders at the Fulton County Crime and Safety Summit on April 2 at 6:30 pm.
The event will be held at the Atlanta Metropolitan State College, inside the Edwin A. Thompson Student Center, Easley Pavilion, located at 1630 Metropolitan Parkway in southwest Atlanta.
After hearing last month that neighbors want to begin a dialogue on issues of crime and violence in metropolitan Atlanta, another opportunity is being given to express their concerns.
Residents will get a chance to speak to a panel that is scheduled to include:
- Chairman John H. Eaves, Ph.D., Chairman, Fulton County Board of Commissioners
- Chief Judge Gail S. Tusan, Superior Court of Fulton County
- Chief Judge Bradley J. Boyd, Fulton County Juvenile Court
- Judge Jane Morrison, Fulton County State Court
- Chief Judge Stephanie C. Davis, Magistrate Court
- Judge Warren O. Atkinson, Magistrate Court
- Paul L. Howard, Jr., Fulton County District Attorney
- Ceasar Mitchell, Atlanta City Council President
- Deputy Chief Ernest Finley, Atlanta Police Department
- Dr. Gary McGaha, President, Atlanta Metropolitan State College
more information on this event, contact Darryl Carver, Director of
External Affairs for Fulton County Commission Chairman John H. Eaves at (404) 612-8238 or