Sound off to Charleston police Thursday night


Downtown residents meet the police chief this week

Charleston Police Chief Gregory Mullen

  • Charleston Police Chief Gregory Mullen

The Charleston Police Department will hold a Citizens Advisory Group meeting Thursday night at the downtown branch of the Charleston County Public Library. At the meeting, Police Chief Gregory Mullen will discuss new initiatives at the department and listen to citizens’ concerns.

All of the Citizens Advisory Group meetings will be held on Thursdays from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the following locations, according to geographic areas of police coverage:

• Team 1, Peninsula above Calhoun Street: John L. Dart Library (1067 King St.) OR the Arthur W. Christopher Community Center (265 Fishburne St.)
• Team 2, Peninsula Below Calhoun Street: Charleston County Main Library (68 Calhoun St.)
• Team 3, James and Johns Islands: James Island Library Branch (1248 Camp Road)
• Team 4, West Ashley: Ashley River Creative Arts School (1871 Wallace School Road) OR Bees Ferry Community Center (1580 Ashley Gardens Boulevard)

The schedule of the remaining Citizens Advisory Group meetings for the year is as follows, according to the Charleston Police Department website:

March
Team 2 — Charleston County Main Library — March 7th
Team 4 — Ashley River Creative Arts School — March 14th

April
Team 1 — Arthur Christopher Community Center — April 4th
Team 3 — James Island Library Branch — April 11th

May
Team 2 — Charleston County Main Library — May 2nd
Team 4 — Bees Ferry Community Center — May 9th

June
Team 1 — John L. Dart Library — June 6th
Team 3 — James Island Library Branch — June 13th

July
Team 2— Charleston County Main Library — July 11th
Team 4 — Bees Ferry Community Center — July 18th

August
Team 1 — Arthur Christopher Community Center — August 1st
Team 3 — James Island Library Branch — August 8th

September
Team 2 – Charleston County Main Library — September 5th
Team 4 — Bees Ferry Community Center — September 12th

October
Team 1 — John L. Dart Library — October 3rd
Team 3 — James Island Library Branch — October 10th

November
Team 2 – Charleston County Main Library — November 7th
Team 4 — Ashley River Creative Arts School — November 14th

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