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Virtual meeting to be on use of military equipment

SAN DIEGO – The San Diego District Attorney’s Office, Bureau of Investigation, is holding a community engagement meeting about military equipment.

AB-481 became state law in January 2022. It was passed to increase transparency and accountability for the funding, acquisition and use of military equipment used by state and local law enforcement agencies. It requires law enforcement agencies to post an annual military equipment report detailing specific information, including inventory, cost, and usage for the previous year.

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors reviewed and approved the Bureau’s Annual Military Equipment Report on May 2, 2022. The report and Military Equipment Use policy are currently posted at https://www.sdcda.org/office/boi/BOI-Military-Equipment, along with information about the upcoming public meeting to be held virtually on May 31, at 6 pm.

The D.A.’s office is committed to transparency, public trust, community partnerships and compliance with the law. To ensure residents’ voices are heard, it urges the community to take the opportunity to speak on this issue.

For additional information, comments or questions, email [email protected].

To register or to submit questions in advance, go to https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2SeAUpfhTzKMd3WJAOkgJA#/registration.

Submitted by the San Diego District Attorney’s Office.

 

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