(L-R) CMPD Major Sherie Pearsall, CMS Police Chief Randy Hagler and Kevin Tully, Mecklenburg County Public Defenders office were three of the eight member panel that had a discussion with the public at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. The Charlotte chapter of Jack and Jill of America held a discussion Saturday about community interactions between minority youth and law enforcement and the justice system.
(L-R) CMPD Major Sherie Pearsall, CMS Police Chief Randy Hagler and Kevin Tully, Mecklenburg County Public Defenders office were three of the eight member panel that had a discussion with the public at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. The Charlotte chapter of Jack and Jill of America held a discussion Saturday about community interactions between minority youth and law enforcement and the justice system. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
(L-R) CMPD Major Sherie Pearsall, CMS Police Chief Randy Hagler and Kevin Tully, Mecklenburg County Public Defenders office were three of the eight member panel that had a discussion with the public at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. The Charlotte chapter of Jack and Jill of America held a discussion Saturday about community interactions between minority youth and law enforcement and the justice system. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

Police, community confront racial bias at discussion

April 18, 2015 3:36 PM