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Residents invited to community safety panel

Moorestown council will host a panel on safety at a town hall in its chambers on Thursday, March 28.

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Law-enforcement representatives will be on hand to highlight the most recent safety and community caretaking initiatives at the township, county and state levels. Topics of conversation will include car theft prevention, police community outreach and community well-being.

The public is invited to attend the 7 p.m. session to ask questions or voice concerns to a panel made up of Moorestown Police Director Patrick J. Reilly; First Assistant Burlington County Prosecutor Brenda Roman Maneri; and Weldon A. Powell, chief of detectives in the state attorney general’s office.

Councilman Christopher Keating organized the panel to spark a conversation between the community and police. His hope is that attendees get a sense of the bigger safety picture in the township and that public feedback will guide law enforcement as it addresses the public’s concerns and implements future safety initiatives going forward.

“It is important for our residents to have a connection with the law-enforcement agencies that serve us,” Keating said. “I appreciate and applaud these public servants for their willingness to engage our community in these important conversations.”


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