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Sheriff’s Watch Annual Meeting Set to Take Place Online Next Week
November 09, 2020
At 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 19, Sheriff Mike Williams will host the 2020 Sheriff’s Watch Annual Meeting using the web conferencing service, WebEx. This new way to connect allows for all citizens, not just those involved in Sheriff’s Watch, to participate in this year’s
meeting where the Sheriff will provide a year in review and highlight what is on the agenda to accomplish in 2021.

Earlier this year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the Sheriff’s Office and the 19 Sector Chairs and Co-Chairs, also known as Sheriff’s Watch Advisors, worked together to find a solution for the safety of all involved which in turn led to monthly meetings being hosted online.
All of the Sheriff’s Watch programs focus on citizen engagement with police to make our community a safer place. This is done by strengthening relationships and meeting to discuss issues. For more information about the program and how to join, please visit the Sheriff’s Watch Programs page on this site.
Sheriff’s Watch Annual Meeting Details:
Thursday, November 19, 2020, 7 p.m.
Please do not log on prior to 6:30 p.m.
There are two ways to connect:
1.) Use the video feature on your computer, tablet or smartphone by going to this link:
Meeting Password (if accessing through a WebEx account): SW2020
2.) If you would rather call in for the meeting (without visual access), you can call:
415.527.5035 or 929.251.9612
Meeting Access Code: 199 608 0285

*If you are calling in by telephone, you may be asked for a meeting password. You don't have to enter a password. Just hit the pound (#) sign on your phone.

**To mute or unmute yourself during the meeting please select *6 on your phone.

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