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    Prince William County's Racial and Social Justice Commission identifies issues of concern and best practices on the police department's policies and practices, provision of government services, and the workforce providing these services, and public education. The Commission recommends a path forward to improve racial justice for people of color in Prince William County.

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    RSJC Resolution

    The Prince William Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) authorized the creation of a Racial and Social Justice Commission with the mission to examine the state of racial and social justice for people of color in the County. The Commission includes Prince William County citizens, and examines ways to reduce racial disparities, treat all residents equally and proactively give all residents the chance to fully participate in County programs, services and benefits.

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    Speaking at the RSJC Commission Meeting

    The Racial and Social Justice Commission allows members of the public to speak during Public Comment Time, and also supports remote public comment time. To speak at the meeting sign-up in person at the McCoart building on the evening of the meetings. To speak during remote public comment time, sign-up at the link below.

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    Virtual Meeting

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    Boots on the Ground

    During the community listening sessions, the Racial and Social Justice Commissioners would like to hear from their district residents. About what is working well within the Prince William County government, the Police Department, and the School System. What recommendations and/or suggestions to offer for these three agencies so they are more accessible and equitable to all County residents