Update on City’s Pathways to Reform, Transformation, and Reconciliation

Posted by City of Philadelphia on June 22, 2021

On June 15, the City of Philadelphia released a one-year progress report that provided a comprehensive update on the City’s Pathways to Reform, Transformation, and Reconciliation work, marking one year since the group’s formation. The initiative, supported by a diverse Steering Committee, was established in June 2020 as part of the City’s commitment to reform amidst widespread activism around police brutality and racial inequities in the city and across the country.

Over the past year, the City has worked together with institutions, departments, and community leaders, and organizations to enact a meaningful reform agenda, reimagine public safety, and advance racial justice.

Through short-term, mid-term, and long-term objectives, the Steering Committee has focused its work on four key priorities:

  • Public sand policing
  • Economy
  • Community engagement and reconciliation process
  • Health

Here are some highlights from the progress we’ve made so far, as well as some notable achievements

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