1/05/18 H.E.A.T., Building a table of Trust- the System, the Sanctuary and the Streets
Topic: H.E.A.T. Symposium February 2 &3 in Riverside CA
Segment: D Report
Participants: Terrance Steward, MA in Education, community Organizer and Scholar
Broadcast Air Date: 1/05/18 KUCR 88.3 FM.
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
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H.E.A.T. Symposium – Winter 2018
On February 2-3, 2018, PICO California will convene its 3rd H.E.A.T. symposium, focusing on the theme of “Trust: The System, The Sanctuary, The Streets”.
-Inland congregation United for Change, (ICUC), https://www.facebook.com/icucpicoca/ http://www.icucpico.com/leaders
-What is H.E.A.T. (Hiring, Equipment, Accountability and Training?
-How did the PICO campaign lead to the development H.E.A.T.?
-How to you build a “table” for different groups to work together and learn from one another?
-If you are not sitting at the table, you are on the menu?
-Do the communities and the police officers have the same concerns?
-Where does the element of trust fit in the subject of community safety and policing?
-Isn’t trust contradictory between the system of policing, the sanctuary and the streets?
-Can we create something new, built on trust by bring the streets, clergy and police together?
-What if we have been accustomed to believe that the police are a remedy for poverty , inequality and systemic violence?
– Is there already a relationship between the sanctuary circlers and the police, yet not a relationship with the streets?
-Is there a space of trust that he streets can talk to the police system?
-What are the alternatives to the incarceration approach to address what is considered a crime?
-What if a measure of success is promoting police for incarcerating humans?
-What is Principal Policing training and does it counter implicit biased in policing?
-How do you implement Procedural Justice?
-Do the police hire People of color, Women, and LGBTQ?
-Bill AB 953- documents data base of perceived race?
-We have been told before that if police was conducted by members of the community, policing would be less violent; but is there a space to talk about policing as inherently violent?
-What is the history of police departments and the slave patrols?
-Can we build community programs as alternatives to police departments?
-Austin Sterling and Fernando Castile were killed by Police.
-Riverside is becoming a place of dramatic change.
-Do systems of oppression have the capacity to trust?
-Who are your trusting nine? Who do you trust to enter your house?
-What has changed in police accountability in the 20 years since Taisha Miller was Killed by the Police in Riverside?
-How do we give our communities credit for all the hard work that has produced positive change?
How de we heal our communities and build trust for greater support and strength?