Update on City’s Pathways to Reform, Transformation, and Reconciliation
Posted by City of Philadelphia on February 9, 2021
The City’s Pathways to Reform, Transformation, and Reconciliation is an initiative formed in June 2020 as part of the City’s commitment to reform and reconciliation amidst widespread activism around police brutality and racial inequities in the city and country.
With continued progress, the initiative has guided the City’s efforts to break down barriers to success and build a more equitable city for all Philadelphians.
Through short-term, mid-term, and long-term objectives, the Steering Committee has focused their work on four main priorities: Police Reform and Public Safety, Economic Recovery, Community Engagement, and Public Health.
Click here to see the progress after six months of collaborative work.
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