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Bristol to host meeting on police issues

BRISTOL — Bristol will host a community discussion about its police department on Monday, Aug. 3, at 7 p.m.
With assistance from Northeast Addison Television (NEAT) the town is hoping to convene the meeting simultaneously in Holley Hall and via Zoom, though details are still being ironed out.
Sen. Chris Bray, D-Bristol, will facilitate the event, which the selectboard at its July 27 meeting characterized as “an opening conversation.”
“This is a chance for us to listen,” said Bristol Police Chief Bruce Nason. “I want to hear from the public. If there is information we need to get back to them with, that’s what we’ll do.”
Because of social distancing policies and building capacity limitations, in-person attendees may be required to register in advance. For more information contact the Bristol Town Office at 453-2410 or [email protected].

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