Police Advisory Commission’s Kelvyn Anderson first guest for Philly Disclosure launch

Members of the Police Advisory Commission. Kelvyn Anderson (left); Jeannette Gillis; William Johnson; Joseph Chaffin and William Michael. Photo: Emily Canal, 2010

Members of the Police Advisory Commission. Kelvyn Anderson (left); Jeannette Gillis; William Johnson; Joseph Chaffin and William Michael. Photo: Emily Canal, 2010

The Declaration is thrilled to announce that Kelvyn Anderson, executive director of the Police Advisory Commission, will be our first guest for the launch of our new Web-based news program, Philly Disclosure, a co-production between The Declaration and Scrapple TV.

We will talk with Mr. Anderson about a wide-range of issues, including prospects for meaningful reform of the Philadelphia Police Department amid continued scandals, his past successes and challenges, the need for more publicly-available police data, why the Commission’s resources need strengthening in order to fulfill its critical duties, and his thoughts on the need for oversight of police surveillance powers.

If you have a question for Mr. Anderson, leave it in the comment section – we may use it.

Stay tuned for more details.

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There are 2 comments

  1. Cindy Miller

    Please ask Mr. Anderson about the status of the ongoing investigation into the shooting of Philippe Holland. When can the West Philadelphia community expect a full report…we are watching and waiting…

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