Huntsville Police Citizens Advisory Council launches new web portal, sets meetings to hear public comment
Published on August 7, 2020
The Huntsville Police Citizens Advisory Council continues the fact-finding stage of its protest review and has created a plan to continue to collect information from citizens once the Community Input Form closes at midnight on Friday, August 7.
First, the HHCAC independent counsel’s firm has established a website at huntsvillepolicereview.com that will allow citizens to upload cell phone and other video footage from the protest events that occurred in Huntsville from May 30, 2020 to June 5, 2020.
Additionally, the HPCAC will be prepared to listen to public testimony at the Huntsville City Council Chambers on the following dates and times:
August 12, from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
August 28, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
To ensure a time that is convenient for speakers to address the HPCAC, and to adhere to public health safety and distancing guidelines, citizens are encouraged to go to the website huntsvillepolicereview.com and pre-register for a 5-minute time slot to speak. Under “Schedule” on the website, there is a link to register for a preferred time and date. These will be listening sessions only – no questions will be asked.
The HPCAC is working to secure an additional date in September for organizations and interest groups to address the council with presentations.