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Colorado Springs police chief, El Paso County sheriff taking part in law enforcement forum

By: Chhun Sun
March 5, 2017 Updated: March 6, 2017 at 3:11 pm
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El Paso County's two top cops will participate in a panel discussion this week about law enforcement issues ranging from marijuana legalization to building trust between officers and citizens.

Hosted by Colorado Springs-based political group Liberty First, the free public event takes place 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Library 21C, 1175 Chapel Hills Drive.

Besides Colorado Springs Police Chief Pete Carey and El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder, attorney David Williams will also join the talk.

Other topics include accountability and transparency in law enforcement.

The discussion aims to "bring a positive light to the facts and to clear up any myths and misunderstandings on law enforcement's role on these topics," Liberty First President David Kelly said in a statement.

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