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Beverly Calender-Anderson, Director, Community & Family Resources or 812-349-3430


Andrew Krebbs, Communications Director, Office of the Mayor or 812-349-3406




Community Invited to Participate in Future of Policing Public Forum

Bloomington, Ind.–The Future of Policing Task Force invites community members to a public forum via Zoom on Monday, April 18, 2022, from 6-7:30 p.m. The forum is an opportunity for residents throughout the community to share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences regarding law enforcement in Bloomington and Monroe County.

The forum is open to the public and will be facilitated by members of the Task Force. Residents can join the event via Zoom at the following link:

In May 2021, the Future of Policing Task Force ( named to review and make recommendations about law enforcement in Bloomington and Monroe County as part of the City’s commitment to the reduction of racial inequities and continuous improvement of outcomes for all residents. Through its research, this resident-led task force aims to create an optimal vision of law enforcement including policies, practices, protocol, and procedures for Bloomington and Monroe County.

Established as part of the City’s participation in the Divided Communities Project/Bridge Initiative and its December 2019 report (, the task force is part of a long-term, community-based collaborative process for addressing systemic racism and other forms of discrimination in Bloomington.  

For additional information contact Marissa Parr-Scott at 812-340-3430 or