They include Mayor Kitty Piercy, City councilors Bonny Bettman and Andrea Ortiz, Lane County Commissioner Bobby Green, and Angie Sifuentez, co-chair of the Communities United for Better Policing.
What does CUBP stand for?
CUBP stands for Communities United for Better Policing (Oregon)
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We will have systems set up that can prevent some of the things that occurred in the past," said Angie Sifuentez, co-chair of Communities United for Better Policing, a citizens group that arose from the Cortez Jordan controversy.
The forum is sponsored by the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon, KOPT radio, the League of Women Voters of Lane County, Community Alliance of Lane County, and Communities United for Better Policing.
As a nongovernmental body, Communities United for Better Policing is not subject to Oregon Public Meetings Law.
Lehner last week announced that he had agreed to join a new citizens' group, Communities United for Better Policing, to explore concerns around racial profiling.