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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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    View Live Broadcast

    The next meeting of the Racial and Social Justice Commission will be Thursday, June 17, 2021, at 6:30 pm. To watch the live video broadcast of the meeting, select “Watch Now".

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    Public Comment Time

    The Racial and Social Justice Commission allows the citizens of the public to speak in person or remotely during Public Comment Time. For in-person, you must sign-up on the evening of the meeting at the James J. McCoart building, or to speak remotely, you must sign up by 2:00 pm on the day of the meeting.

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    Boots on the Ground

    The Racial and Social Justice Commission wants to hear from you! Starting in June, the Commission will hold community listening sessions in each magisterial district. Commissioners would like to learn more from district residents about what’s working well with Prince William County government, the Police Department and the School System. Commissioners also want to hear recommendations and suggestions on how the County government, Police Department and School System can become more accessible and equitable to all County residents.

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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.