Date: December 15, 2021 @ 10:00 am PST; no pre-registration is required.
In this webinar, you will learn about the analysis performed by the Berkeley City Auditor’s office on the calls for service data as part of the city’s reimagining public safety process. This presentation will include:
1. Getting familiar with police response CAD data;
2. Results of the analysis, from most frequent call types to traffic stop data to mental health data; and
3. Challenges of working with police response data.
Presenter: Jenny Wong, City Auditor
Jenny was elected as the City Auditor in November 2018. Since then, she has issued audits on public safety, streets, budget, library, and domestic violence response policy. Under her leadership, audits have won the Knighton Award given by the Association of Local Government Auditors. Previously, she was an auditor, advisor, and training coordinator at the federal U.S. Government Accountability Office for 18 years. She has also worked on health and mental issues in San Francisco and New York. She holds a Bachelor’s in Economics from UC Berkeley (Go Bears!) and a Master’s in Public Administration from NYU. She is a 26-year Berkeley resident.
Price: No fee
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