Hillsborough State Attorney Launches Community Council
The council will meet with a member of the State Attorney’s Office every other month to talk about criminal justice issues in Hillsborough County.
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY – The Hillsborough State Attorney’s Office has announced the launch of a Community Council as part of its commitment to community engagement and transparency.
The council will consist of 20 residents and representatives from organizations that embody the diversity of Hillsborough County. The council’s mission is to help the SAO build a safer community while promoting justice and fairness for everyone.
Council members will meet with an SAO representative every other month to engage in candid discussions and provide community feedback pertaining to matters of criminal justice in Hillsborough, as well as gain information on SAO policy, programs, and initiatives. Members are expected to share ideas, interests, and concerns that impact their communities and organizations related to public safety, crime prevention, and the criminal justice process.
“Through this proactive approach to engagement, members can serve as liaisons between our office and the diverse communities in which we live and serve,” State Attorney Andrew H. Warren said. “The SAO Community Council is a big step forward in facilitating open and solutions-driven dialogue to build a safer, stronger Hillsborough.”
The membership application process for the Community Council is open, and the State Attorney’s Office invites qualified and interested community members to apply. To download the Council charter and application, click here bit.ly/2Hi8ix7, visit the State Attorney’s Office website at sao13th.com, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The application deadline is March 26.
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