Unifying for a safe and healthy community
Our first summit in February 2012 was a great success, and we are looking to step it up each and every time.
The purpose of these Bridging the Gap summits is to bring together clergy, community leaders and law enforcement officials to collaborate on what we are doing right now to build a safe, healthy community and what further actions can be taken to win this important fight.
Positive outcomes that will come from our upcoming summit include:
- Bridging the gap between law enforcement, communities, community and faith based leaders.
- Meeting new contacts and collaborators to help in your fight against drugs and drug addiction.
- Learning what resources are available for our coalition.
- Learning what law enforcement is doing to make our communities a safer place to live and how can we get involved.
- Learning what other coalitions are doing that are successful.
Date: August 13, 2012
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00pm
Place: Sacramento Food Bank
3333 3rd Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95817
Our special guest speaker will be our very fine U S Attorney Ben Wagner, and our host will be the Central Valley HIDTA/Office of the White House. We are also looking forward to hearing from Sacramento Police Chief Rick Braziel, Oak Park community and faith based leaders.
Selected community leaders will have the opportunity to speak from 3 – 5 minutes.
This is a non-political event to bring clergy, community leaders and law enforcement officials together in collaboration for the common cause of building a safe and healthy community.
Click here to read the agenda for this important upcoming summit.