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Law enforcement, criminal justice officials to join commissioners in town hall on Wednesday, Nov. 3

COURTESY PHOTO - Clackamas County Sheriff Angela Brandenburg.Clackamas County commissioners are partnering with local law enforcement and criminal justice authorities to host a virtual town hall, during which the public is invited to comment or inquire about local crime and the justice system.

The virtual event, set to take place Wednesday, Nov. 3 from 5:30-7 p.m., will feature panelists including Clackamas County Sheriff Angela Brandenburg, Clackamas County District Attorney John Wentworth and Gladstone Police Chief John Schmerber, who serves as district representative with the Oregon Association of Chiefs of Police.

Specific information panelists are interested in learning from community members includes:

What concerns are there about crime in Clackamas County?

What concerns are there about the justice system?

Live calls over Zoom will be given priority during the event, but all attendees or interested parties, including those unable to attend the live event, are asked to email comments or questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. prior to the session.SUBMITTED PHOTO - Clackamas County District Attorney John Wentworth.

Put "Public Safety Town Hall" in the subject line when emailing the above address and provide a name and area. Comments will be limited due to time constraints, so commissioners are asking attendees and interested parties to be succinct with their comments/questions, preferably no longer than one minute when read aloud.

Interested parties were advised that the board or the chair reserves the right to stop comments that are out-of-order or off-topic.UPLOADED BY: RENDLEMAN, RAYMOND - Gladstone Police Chief John Schmerber.

To attend the virtual event on Nov. 3, click the Zoom link here:

Webinar ID: 851 0621 7183

Those interested may also attend the event by dialing one of the following three phone numbers: 346-248-7799, 408-638-0968, or 669-900-6833.

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