Amid criticism over transparency, Boston officials reschedule community meeting on police reform

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Two members of the Boston Police Reform Task Force rebuked a recently created City Hall office for its lack of transparency and momentum on the cusp of a crucial public meeting, GBH reported.

That meeting has since been canceled and rescheduled, MassLive found on Thursday afternoon.

Jamarhl Crawford, an activist and publisher of Blackstonian, and Boston NAACP President Tanisha Sullivan, on Wednesday criticized the city’s Office of Police Accountability and Transparency, GBH reported.

The office, intended to have “full investigatory and subpoena power,” was created amid a slew of reforms in the aftermath of the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd.

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