1. Chief O’Toole – in coordination with other City departments – will work with every neighborhood to deliver a Community Safety Plan for every neighborhood.

1. Chief O’Toole – in coordination with other City departments – will work with every neighborhood to deliver a Community Safety Plan for every neighborhood.

2. Work with City Attorney’s Office, County Prosecutor’s Office, and Police Department to ensure best practices and alignment in prevention, intervention, enforcement and prosecution protocols.

3. Meet and exceed all elements of Federal Court order for police reforms.

4. Advance to Council a proposal to reform the police accountability and discipline process.

5. Hire civilian liaison to the East African community for the Police Department as a first step toward reconnecting officers to the communities they serve.

6. Mayor’s Office will align City department operations around coordinated public safety strategy around prevention for collective impact.

7. Coordinate Joint Enforcement Teams on City codes and policies to deal with chronic nuisance businesses and property owners.

8. Institute “Find-It-Fix-It” Community Walks to begin in Southeast Seattle to bring focused attention on hot-spots for crime and violence to ensure a safer built environment.

9. Implement a community activation strategy to get more “eyes-on-street” in Southeast Seattle this summer through expanded hours at community center, youth programming at parks and libraries, and promote creative ways to activate public streets and public places.

10. Focus and enhance efforts around at-risk-youth through our Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative.

11. Launch an expanded “Summer Jobs for Youth” effort to reach 1,000 jobs sponsored by the City and private sector over the next three months while streamlining and improving programs to double the number of youth jobs for next summer.

12. Continue to work with regional partners to strengthen the social service safety net around mental health, homelessness and treatment services.

13. Partner with King County Executive Dow Constantine to convene a Gun Violence Prevention Summit this fall.

14. Unite around tackling our most pressing challenges related to economic and racial inequality, including implementing new minimum wage bill and starting to develop a city program for universal pre-K.

15. Mayor will present annual progress report to Council regarding progress toward comprehensive public safety.

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