Approximately 30.4 million Americans accessed online dating services in 2019, according to Statista.com. And while this already seems like a massive number of people, it doesn’t even account for those connecting through social media platforms, online chat rooms, and good ole fashion text messaging.
Digital technologies provide an infinite amount of ways for us to connect online and have become essential to functioning in modern society. But, what happens when people take advantage of the multidimensional structure of the internet to abuse other uses?
The Community Police Advisory Board Development Task Force provided recommendations to create a Civilian Oversight Board during a Government Operations Committee meeting yesterday evening. This effort is intended to improve relations between the police department and the community.
During the meeting, task force members Mokah Johnson and Shane Sims laid out a detailed plan for the creation of a civilian oversight board, which will improve transparency and reduce police misconduct or abuse.