The community is welcome to learn more about the Inspector General’s job and how that office supports Waterbury. Inspector General Robert Devlin, Jr. will be speaking and taking questions at a community outreach event next week.
Here’s what you need to know:
Wednesday, March 22
Connecticut Junior Republic on 80 Prospect Street, Waterbury
The Office of the Inspector General is charged with several tasks including the handling of investigations involving peace officers and prosecuting cases where a peace officer is found to have used unjustifiable force. Inspector General Robert Devlin, Jr. plans to talk about the investigative process, mock case scenarios, juvenile issues, and other topics.
Guest speakers include Ginne-Rae Clay, President of the Greater Waterbury NAACP and Jeana Bracey, Ph.D., Associate Vice President of School and Community Initiatives at Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut, and Representative Geraldo Reyes Jr.
Please stop by and join the informative discussion!