AG Herring discusses his criminal justice reform priorities

AG Herring discusses his criminal justice reform priorities
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring speaks during a news conference at the Capitol, Monday Jan 27, 2020, in Richmond, Va. (AP Photo/Steve Helber) (Source: Steve Helber)

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - Attorney General Mark Herring discussed his criminal justice reform priorities during a panel discussion on Tuesday.

The discussion was titled, “Virginians Speak: Dialogue on Community and Law Enforcement Relations and Police Reform,” and was hosted by Virginia Conference United Methodist Church.

Herring discussed his criminal justice reform and policing priorities for the upcoming legislative special session. You read all of his priorities, here. You can also watch the entire discussion below.

AG Herring to speak on criminal justice reform panel

Attorney General Mark Herring is participating in a criminal justice reform panel titled, “Virginians Speak: Dialogue on Community and Law Enforcement Relations and Police Reform.”

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Virginia Conference United Methodist Bishop Sharma D. Lewis, Stafford County Sheriff David Decatur, Petersburg Chief of Police Kenneth Miller, and Newport News Sheriff Gabriel Morgan were also on the panel.

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