Meeting Agenda - Final
Commission on Sensitive Crimes
Consider: Who benefits? Who is burdened?
Who does not have a voice at the table?
How can policymakers mitigate unintended consequences?
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
Virtual meeting: See top of agenda
for instructions on how to join
the webinar or call in by phone
Interpreters must be requested in advance; please see the bottom of the agenda for more information.
Los intérpretes deben solicitarse con anticipación; consulte el final de la agenda para obtener más
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The November 15, 2022 Commission on Sensitive Crimes meeting is being held virtually. The public can
access the meeting with the Zoom application or by telephone.
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