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Woodlands board to issue diversity statement, discuss policing policies – Houston Chronicle

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The Woodlands Township Board of Directors will tackled many issues during the Wednesday, June 17, meeting including issuing a proclamation supporting inclusion and diversity — the third such statement issues in the past four years — as well as a discussion of use of force policies employed by the Montomery County Sheriff’s Office, which patrols the township on a contracted model of service. The meeting, scheduled for 6 p.m., is set to be hosted online again in a Zoom video conference format.

The Woodlands Township Board of Directors will tackled many issues during the Wednesday, June 17, meeting including issuing a proclamation supporting inclusion and diversity — the third such statement issues

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The Woodlands Township Board of Directors will tackled many issues during the Wednesday, June 17, meeting including issuing a proclamation supporting inclusion and diversity — the third such statement issues in the past four years — as well as a discussion of use of force policies employed by the Montomery County Sheriff’s Office, which patrols the township on a contracted model of service. The meeting, scheduled for 6 p.m., is set to be hosted online again in a Zoom video conference format.

The Woodlands Township Board of Directors will tackled many issues during the Wednesday, June 17, meeting including issuing a proclamation supporting inclusion and diversity — the third such statement issues

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The Woodlands Township Board of Directors will issue a proclamation supporting inclusion and diversity — the third such statement issues in the past four years — at its Wednesday meeting as well as a discussion of use of force policies employed by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, which patrols the township on a contracted model of service.

The meeting, scheduled for 6 p.m., is set to be hosted online again in a Zoom video conference format. Residents or others who want to make a public comment can do so via a special telephone line that only works for one meeting. The instructions for calls are attached to the agenda.

The board often does proclamations before moving to official business of the consent and regular agenda. In light of the recent protests, the outpouring of calls for activism and demands to address race issues in the United States, Director Ann Snyder asked the township staff to draft a proclamation, “in support of diversity in The Woodlands and healing for the nation.”

The proclamation is the third one Snyder has asked for since 2017, when she first wanted to have the board address criticism of the tone of the 2016 presidential election and divisiveness that had emerged in the community due to the election of Donald Trump.

In 2019, Snyder again asked to have a proclamation issued about diversity and inclusion after rancor and claims of harassment and unsavory comments were made by candidate Rashmi Gupta, who lost the 2019 election to Shelley Sekula-Gibbs. Gupta made a presentation after her election loss to the board, showing videos of her and supporters being harassed by opponents in the parking of the South County Community Center. Following Snyder’s request, the board did not make a new statement but instead re-read the one from 2017.

Directors will also get a full update from various law enforcement officials from both Harris and Montgomery counties about use of force policies and other issues stemming from the protests that have sprung up across the region in the weeks after the killing of Houston native George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers. Letters from Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson will be entered into the township records and constables from Precinct 4 in Harris County, which patrols the Village of Creekside Park, will be on hand to explain their protocols.

In other items on the Wednesday agenda, the board will hear the quarterly law enforcement report from Montgomery County Sheriff’s Capt. Tim Holifield. The June report, which includes data from Jan. 1 through May 31, shows a total of 31 suicides or attempted suicides to date in 2020. That includes an unusually high number of 12 in the month of March alone, something that has concerned officials as the COVID-19 pandemic causes mental health issues.

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