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Police Chief Scott Booth and police department officers will hold a community engagement walk Thursday afternoon, May 17, in the neighborhood adjacent to North Main and Moffett streets and in the vicinity of Woodrow Wilson Elementary School.
The walk will begin at 5 p.m., with staff deploying from the lot of Moffett Memorial Baptist Church, which is located at the corner of North Main and Moffett streets. Booth and the officers will divide into teams and go door to door to houses in several blocks as time and weather permit.
The community engagement walk will be the fourth in a series planned in neighborhoods across the city. The first walk was held in February in the Cardinal Village neighborhood. This endeavor broadens the department’s goal to engage multiple neighborhoods citywide, build public trust and develop positive relationships between officers and community members.