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Dear Campus Community,

On behalf of the Public Safety Services Study Committee, I am writing to request your participation in the upcoming Campus Safety Open Forums being held September 13-16, 2016. These public forums are a significant opportunity for you to reflect upon critical needs of our campus and offer valuable input before recommendations are made to the Board of Trustees.

We expect these discussions to be honest, informative and insightful as we examine best practices and our current and future capabilities to protect our campus community and ensure public safety.  

These forums will be most successful if we hear from a broad cross-section of our campus community and surrounding neighbors. Therefore, we have scheduled many sessions in the hopes that you will attend and actively participate. The schedule for Cañada College is as follows,

Tuesday, Sept. 13 - All forums held in Building 6-102:

8:30 a.m. - Staff Forum

10:30 a.m. - Faculty Forum

12:30 p.m. - All Employees: Faculty, Staff & Administrators

3:30 p.m. - Student Forum

5:30 p.m. - Everyone: All Employees, Students & Community

Please check the website for locations and schedule updates. In the event that you absolutely cannot make a forum, please take the time to complete a confidential survey, available at: http://bit.ly/2bwpfF9.  For those who don’t seek confidentiality, we hope these conversations will continue through the use of #SMCCCD #Forums16.

This process is part of our firm commitment to provide the best possible services we can to our students and other members of the SMCCCD community. We hope to see you soon, at one of the Campus Safety Open Forums.

Sincerely,

Jamillah Moore, Ed.D.

President




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