The McLean Citizens Association will hold a virtual public forum with Fairfax County’s head prosecutor in two weeks to discuss criminal justice policy and reform.
According to the event announcement, Fairfax Commonwealth’s Attorney Steve Descano will be present to speak about several justice issues including:
- The Fairfax County Police Department’s body-worn camera program
- The 2020 Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney Resources Report
- His request for additional funding to expand staffing for the Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney and its implications for enforcement of criminal laws in Fairfax County
- An update on criminal justice reform legislation from the 2020 Virginia General Assembly’s special session and what the policy changes mean for Fairfax County
The virtual forum will take place Wednesday (Dec. 16). at 7 p.m.
Those who wish to attend can watch on MCA’s Facebook page or register on its website.
Photo via McLean Citizens Association/Facebook
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